Christian Bokhove

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How to educate a citizen

This blog is adapted from a long thread on twitter. I thought it was useful to test how swiftly I could turn it into a blog. You can probably notice … Continue reading

October 25, 2020 · Leave a comment

Presentation Metacognition for Teachmeet SEF

Here are the slides: Developing metacognition from Christian Bokhove

July 1, 2019 · Leave a comment

Presentations on geometry education

I did two presentations on geometry education this week. One at the BSRLM day conference and one seminar at Birkbeck, University of London. Slides for Birkbeck: The slides have … Continue reading

June 8, 2019 · Leave a comment

AERA 2019

I made a dedicated page for AERA 2019.

April 6, 2019 · Leave a comment

Item on BBC radio Solent

Dr Christian Bokhove appeared on BBC radio Solent on the 30th of August. It was in reaction to a new report by the Education Policy Institute (EPI) that assessed the state of … Continue reading

September 7, 2018 · Leave a comment

Can research literacy help our schools?

This is the English text of a blog that appeared on a Swedish site (kind translation by Sara Hjelm). In efforts to debunk education myths there is a real danger … Continue reading

April 24, 2018 · 6 Comments

Presentation for HoDs mathematics of Trinity group

I gave a presentation about the spatial research I did recently with 85 year 7 pupils. Mental rotation skills from Christian Bokhove

March 14, 2018 · Leave a comment

researchEd presentation on myths about myths

Last weekend I gave a Dutch and English version of my ‘This is the new myth’ talk. This talk did not come about in some vain attempt to take over … Continue reading

January 24, 2018 · 2 Comments

Transcribing audio with less pain

Like so many people I’ve never really liked transcribing audio, for example from interviews or focus groups. It is time-consuming and boring. Of course, you can outsource this but that … Continue reading

January 17, 2018 · 2 Comments

Educational inequality: old paper by Hanushek

Probably one of the most influential people in OECD policy has been Hanushek. For someone from the Netherlands, the constant ‘bashing’ of selection and ‘early tracking’ has been particularly noteworthy. … Continue reading

November 7, 2017 · Leave a comment