Dr Christine Horn
I'm teaching in the Entrepreneurship Programmes (Business Mathematics, Ethics). and in the Applied Psychology Programme (Research Methods and Statistics, Advanced Research in Psychology). I'm also 4th year Tutor in the Applied Psychology programme. I'm a member of the IADT Teaching and Learning Committee and also the FACT Ethics Committee.
|Eaton, P., Horn, C., Liston, M., Oldham, E. + O’Reilly, M. ‘The Collaborative Learning of Student Teachers: An insight from a study of mathematical identity’ Presented at ATEE (Association for Teacher Education in Europe) 2015, Glasgow, UK||2015|
|Eaton, P., Horn, C., Liston, M., Oldham, E. + O’Reilly, M. ‘Using Narrative to Access Mathematical Identity: An overview informed by an empirical study in five third level institutions in Ireland British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics (BSRLM),’ Mathematics Education Ireland (MEI) Joint Conference, St. Patrick’s Drumcondra, 27 – 28 February||2015|
|Eaton, P., C. Horn, M. Liston, E. Oldham, and M. OReilly. “Developing an Instrument to Explore Mathematical Identity: A Study of Students from Several Third Level Institutions in Ireland.” In Association for Teacher Education in Europe 38th Annual Conference, Halden, 22-25 August 2013, edited by E. Arntzen, 280 – 296. Brussels: Association for Teacher Education in Europe||2014|
|Eaton, P.; Horn, C.; Liston, M.; Oldham, E.; O’Reilly, M. Developing an Instrument to Explore Mathematical Indentity: A Study of Students from Several Third Level Institutions in Ireland. ATEE Conference, Halden||2013|
|Connelly, I.; Horn, C.; Rossiter, C. Motivation: The First Year Experience at Third Level. Irish Academy of Management, IAM Annual Conference, NUI Maynooth||2012|
My research interests include Mathematics Education, e-Learning and e-Assessment and Lifelong Learning. The recent MINT Project about the Mathematical Identity of students aimed to identify ways how experience with learning Mathematics can be harnessed to improve learning and development of mathematical, logical and critical thinking skills. The project involved academics from Trinity College, University Limerick, DCU (St.Patrick’s College Drumcondra) and Queens University Belfast (Stranmillis University College). It was funded by SCoTENS.
|MINT Project: An exploration of the Mathematical Identity using Narratives as a Tool||2011-2015|