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Dr Annie Mitchell from ACU’s Melbourne campus won the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia’s (MERGA) Early Career Award (ECA).
Annie received the award for her paper titled “The four-three-four model: Drawing on partitioning, equivalence, and unit forming in a quotient sub-construct fraction task."
MERGA’s Early Career Award aims to encourage new researchers in mathematics education and has rigorous selection criteria which include a written paper and an associated conference presentation.
This is the second MERGA award for Annie, who is a part of the ACU’s Mathematics Teaching and Learning Research Centre group which was awarded the 2011 MERGA Research Award.
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