There are three complementary strands:
Led by Dr Wai Yi Feng from the Faculty of Education here in Cambridge, this involves an accelerated longitudinal study of exceptionally gifted students. In practice this means working with three groups of students, (10-17 years old) and tracking their engagement with our online enrichment resources over time. The call for participants is now closed; thank you to those of you who
offered to be part of this project.
Led by NRICH team member Dr Steve Hewson, this involves a 'tracking back' study analysing the mathematical learning experiences of an identified group of highly gifted students. Through a pilot questionnaire we have gathered responses from university mathematics, science and engineering students and the analysis of their responses is continuing. We hope to learn more about the pivotal
experiences in these able mathematicians' educational careers.
Strand 3 is led by Libby Jared, also of the Faculty of Education, and focuses upon an analysis of usage of the AskNRICH discussion boards.
As our research progresses we will be publishing our results and associated articles here.
Other linked NRICH pages
Supporting highly able mathematicians - who are they?
Supporting highly able mathematicians - for teachers
Supporting highly able mathematicians - for parents and carers
Supporting highly able mathematicians - resources for teachers
Supporting highly able mathematicians - resources for parents and carers
Supporting highly able mathematicians - academic research links