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Forsythe, Susan K. (2018). Working with the Dynamic Perpendicular Quadrilateral in a Whole Class Setting: Supporting Students in Developing a Hierarchical Classification of the Kites. International Journal for Mathematics Teaching and Learning, 19(2) pp. 269–286. file

Lewis, Gareth and Forsythe, Sue (2018). Factors for and against choosing mathematics study post-16. Mathematics Teaching, 262 pp. 10–13. restricted access item, not available for direct download


Forsythe, Susan (2017). How do some teachers of primary mathematics view the impact of the Singapore textbook schemes? Primary Mathematics, 21(1) pp. 9–14. file


Forsythe, Susan K. (2015). Dragging maintaining symmetry: can it generate the concept of inclusivity as well as a family of shapes? Research in Mathematics Education, 17(3) pp. 198–219.


Forsythe, Susan (2013). How orientation and symmetry influence the way we perceive shapes. Primary Mathematics, 17(2) pp. 9–12. file


Lewis, Gareth and Forsythe, Sue (2012). Which qualities did aspiring teachers value in their ‘best’ mathematics teachers? Teacher Education Network Journal, 4(3) pp. 46–58. file


Forsythe, Susan K. (2011). Developing perceptions of symmetry in a Dynamic Geometry environment. Research in Mathematics Education, 13(2) pp. 225–226.


Forsythe, Sue and Tas, Maarten (2010). A collaborative action research project to support Mathematics and Science PGCE students with Masters level writing. Teacher Education Advancement Journal, 1(2) file

Tas, Maarten and Forsythe, Sue (2010). Strategies to Support PGCE Mathematics and Science Students Preparing for Assignments at Masters Level. Teacher Education Advancement Network Journal, 1(1) file

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