Dan Jazby is a lecturer in Mathematics Education at the School of Education.
Dan does research which investigates Teacher Education and Mathematics Education in primary school settings. He is an early career researcher who recently completed his thesis which investigated how primary mathematics teachers improvise mid-lesson. Dan uses ecological psychology to analyse how teachers interact with classroom environments in order to develop approaches to training teachers' in-the-moment decision making. He also engages in research which assesses human-centered design methods in the development of teaching resources.
- Initial teacher education
- Classroom-based research
- Professional learning in schools
Dan is available in office hours
- PhD - University of Melbourne - Mathematics Education
- Masters of Numeracy - University of Melbourne
- Graduate Diploma of Teacher Education (Primary) - RMIT University
- Bachelor of Arts - Victoria University (New Zealand)
- Department of Education and Training (Victoria) - Teacher
- Human Kyouiku Net (Nagoya - Japan) - Teacher and curriculum developer
- Jazby, D. (2021). Conceptualising mathematics teacher noticing as a perception/action cycle In: Mathematics Education Research Journal, , 1 - 23
- Jazby, D. (2020). Tactical noticing of student’s mathematical thinking mid-lesson In: Australian Primary Mathematics Classroom, 25, 16 - 19
- Jazby, D.,Widjaja, W. (2019). Teacher Noticing of Primary Students’ Mathematical Reasoning in a Problem-solving Task In: Proceedings of the the 42nd annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (MERGA 42), Perth, Australia, 30 June-4 July 2019
- Jazby, D. (2018). Improvising in the primary mathematics classroom In: Making waves, opening spaces (Proceedings of the 41st annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia), Auckland, New Zealand, 1-5 July 2018