Dr Brian Doig

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Senior Lecturer

Faculty

Faculty of Arts and Education

Department

SoE Arts & Ed

Campus

Melbourne Burwood Campus

Qualifications

Master of Education, University of Melbourne, 1990
Doctor of Philosophy, Deakin University, 2012

Contact

b.doig@deakin.edu.au
+61 3 924 46011

Research interests

Assessment

Classroom-based research

Cross-cultural research into mathematics learning and teaching

Japanese Lesson Study as Professional Development

Mathematics classrooms as Communities of Inquiry

Mathematics education (Early Childhood and Primary)

Quantitative research methodology and methods

Analysis of ordinal data, and Rasch modelling

Survey and questionnaire design and analysis

Teaching out-of-field

Visual stimuli as aids to conceptual understanding

Affiliations

Australian Association for Research in Education

International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education

Mathematical Association of  Victoria

Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia

Symposium on Elementary Mathematics Teaching

Teaching interests

Assessment of learning

Early Childhood and Primary Mathematics Education

Quantitative research methodology and methods

Japanese Lesson Study in Mathematics

Units taught

ECE113 Young Children's Mathematical Development

ECE764 Young Children's Mathematics

ECE455 Effective Primary Mathematics Learning

ESM438 Evaluating Children's Progress

EXE733 Assessing Learning

Professional activities

Treasurer AARE 1991-2011

Chairman, International Programme Committee, SEMT: Charles University, Czech republic

Awards

The Mathematical Association of Victoria Research Scholarship

Projects

"Mapping mathematics strategies: a meta-analysis of Australian TIMSS results" (Supervisor: Russell Tytler)

Publications

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2016

Critical factors in the adaptation and implementation of Japanese Lesson Study in the Australian context

A/Prof Susie Groves, Dr Brian Doig, A/Prof Colleen Vale, Dr Wanty Widjaja

(2016), Vol. 48, pp. 501-512, ZDM: The international journal on mathematics education, Berlin, Germany, C1

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2015

Improving online communication for students in higher education contexts

Dr Sarah Ohi, Dr Brian Doig

(2015), Vol. 2, pp. 55-69, International journal of humanities and social sciences, New York, N. Y., C1

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Reaching for the heavenly bead of teaching through structured problem solving

Dr Brian Doig, A/Prof Susie Groves

(2015), pp. 117-127, SEMT 2015 : Proceedings of the International Symposium on Elementary Mathematics Teaching, Prague, Czech Republic, E1

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2013

Implementing Japanese lesson study: an example of teacher-researcher collaboration

A/Prof Susie Groves, Dr Brian Doig, Dr Wanty Widjaja, David Garner, Kathryn Palmer

(2013), Vol. 69, pp. 10-17, AAMT 2013 : Mathematics: Launching Futures : Proceedings of the 24th Biennial Conference of the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers 2013, Adelaide, S. Aust., C1

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Mathematical tasks and learning goals: examples from Japanese lesson study

Dr Brian Doig

(2013), pp. 715-718, MERGA 2013 : Mathematics Education: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow : Proceedings of the 36th annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, Melbourne, Vic., E1

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2011

Japanese lesson study : teacher professional development through communities of inquiry

Dr Brian Doig, A/Prof Susie Groves

(2011), Vol. 13, pp. 77-93, Mathematics teacher education and development, Adelaide, S. Aust., C1

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How different is it really? – rural and urban primary students’ use of ICT in mathematics

Dr Esther Loong, Dr Brian Doig, A/Prof Susie Groves

(2011), Vol. 23, pp. 189-211, Mathematics education research journal, Dordrecht, Netherlands, C1

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The critical role of task development in lesson study

Dr Brian Doig, A/Prof Susie Groves, Toshiakiri Fujii

(2011), pp. 181-199, Lesson study research and practice in mathematics education, Dordrecht, The Netherlands, B1

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2010

Assessing young children’s mathematical abilities through games

Dr Brian Doig, connie Ompok

(2010), Vol. 8, pp. 228-235, Procedia : social and behavioral sciences, Amsterdam, Netherlands, C1

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2009

Assessment of mathematical development in early childhood : some views of preschool practitioners in regional and rural Australia

A/Prof Judith Mousley, Dr Brian Doig

(2009), Vol. 16, pp. 49-61, Australian research in early childhood education, Frankston, Vic., C1-1

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Mathematical power of special-needs pupils : an ICT-based dynamic assessment format to reveal weak pupils' learning potential

Marjolijn Peltenburg, Prof Marja van den Heuvel-Panhuizen, Dr Brian Doig

(2009), Vol. 40, pp. 273-284, British journal of educational technology, London, England, C1

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Picture books stimulate the learning of mathematics

Prof Marja van den Heuvel-Panhuizen, Sylvia van den Boogaard, Dr Brian Doig

(2009), Vol. 34, pp. 30-39, Australian journal of early childhood, Deakin, A.C.T., C1

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2008

The development of young children's mathematical understanding

Bob Perry, Jenny Young-Loveridge, Sue Dolckett, Dr Brian Doig

(2008), pp. 17-40, Research in mathematics education in Australasia 2004 - 2007, Rotterdam, The Netherlands, B1

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2007

Chameleons in the classroom: middle years teachers of mathematics

Dr Brian Doig

(2007), pp. 149-154, Mathematics : essential for learning, essential for life, Adelaide, S. Aust., E1

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Fun or profit : primary students' perceptions of mathematics and science

A/Prof Susie Groves, Dr Brian Doig, Prof Russell Tytler

(2007), pp. 126-133, International Symposium Elementry Mathematics Teaching, Proceedings : Approaches to teaching mathematics at the elementry level, Prague, Czech Republic, E1

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The answer is correct but can I explain it? Student explanations in mathematics

Dr Brian Doig, A/Prof Susie Groves

(2007), pp. 92-101, International Symposium Elementry Mathematics Teaching, Proceedings : Approaches to teaching mathematics at the elementry level, Prague, Czech Republic, E1

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An educational durian? Issues in teacher education in international collaboration

Dr Brian Doig, A/Prof Susie Groves, Wai Chong Choo, Dr Esther Loong

(2007), pp. 580-586, EARCOME4 2007 : Proceeding Fourth East Asia Regional Conference on Mathematics Education: Meeting challenges of developing quality mathematics education, Penang, Malaysia, E1

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Student's pedagogical knowledge: a source of pedagogical content knowledge

Dr Brian Doig, A/Prof Susie Groves

(2007), pp. 855-889, Mathematics: essential research, essential practice : proceedings of the 30th annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, [held at Wrest Point Hotel Casino, Hobart, Tasmania, 2-6 July 2007, Adelaide, S.A., E1

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2006

Integrating errors into developmental assessment: 'time' for ages 8-13

Dr Brian Doig, Julian Williams, Lawrence Wo, Maria Pampaka

(2006), pp. 441-448, Proceedings of the 30th conference of the international group for the psychology of mathematics education, Prague, Czech Republic, E1

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Easier analysis and better reporting : modelling ordinal data in mathematics education research

Dr Brian Doig, A/Prof Susie Groves

(2006), Vol. 18, pp. 56-76, Mathematics education research journal, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

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Large-scale mathematics assessment : looking globally to act locally

Dr Brian Doig

(2006), Vol. 13, pp. 265-288, Assessment in education : principles, policy & practice, London, England, C1

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2005

Primary and secondary mathematics practice: how different is it?

Dr Brian Doig, A/Prof Susie Groves, Prof Russell Tytler, Prof Annette Gough

(2005), pp. 305-312, MERGA 28 building connections: research, theory and practice. Proceedings of the annual conference, Pymble, N.S.W., E1

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Effective mathematics learning environments : primary teachers' beliefs and practices

A/Prof Susie Groves, Dr Brian Doig

(2005), pp. 115-123, International Symposium Elementary Maths Teaching proceedings, Prague, Czech Republic, E1

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Reason for hope : primary students' mathematics learning environment

Dr Brian Doig, A/Prof Susie Groves

(2005), pp. 100-107, International Symposium Elementary Maths Teaching proceedings, Prague, Czech Republic, E1

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Working backwards: the road less travelled in quantitative methodology

Dr Brian Doig

(2005), pp. 269-273, Research methods in the social sciences, London, England, B1

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Developing formal mathematical assessment for 4-to-8-year-olds

Dr Brian Doig

(2005), Vol. 16, pp. 100-119, Mathematics education research journal, Sydney, N.S.W., C1

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2004

Progressive discourse in mathematics classes - the task of the teacher

A/Prof Susie Groves, Dr Brian Doig

(2004), pp. 495-502, Proceedings of the 28th conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Bergen, Norway, E1

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Assessment as a strategic tool for enhancing learning in teacher education: a case study

Dr Brian Doig, A/Prof Susie Groves

(2004), pp. 279-286, Proceedings of the 28th conference of the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education, Bergen, Norway, E1

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Number learning in the primary years

Dr Brian Doig, A/Prof Susie Groves, Joanne Mulligan

(2004), pp. 245-264, Research in mathematics education in Australasia 2000-2003, Flaxton, Qld, B1

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2003

Teachers' pre-conceptions of young children's conceptions of number

Dr Brian Doig, A/Prof Susie Groves

(2003), pp. 56-61, International symposium elementary maths teaching : proceedings, Prague, Czech Republic, E1

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Shortest equals fastest : upper primary children`s pre-conceptions of speed

A/Prof Susie Groves, Dr Brian Doig

(2003), pp. 79-83, International symposium elementary maths teaching : Prague, the Czech Republic, Charles University, Faculty of Education, August 24-29, 2003 : proceedings, Prague, Czech Republic, E1

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Hops, steps and jumps : mathematical progress in the early years

Dr Brian Doig, Molly de Lemos

(2003), pp. 270-277, Mathematics education research : innovation, networking, opportunity : proceedings of the 26th annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, held at Deakin University, Geelong, 6th-10th July 2003, Pymble, N.S.W., E1

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2002

Developing conceptual understanding: the role of the task in communities of mathematical enquiry

A/Prof Susie Groves, Dr Brian Doig

(2002), pp. -, International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education : PME 26, University of East Anglia, 21-26 July 2002, Norwich UK : proceedings, Norwich, England, E1

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2001

Primary mathematics practice : the Victorian position

Dr Brian Doig, A/Prof Susie Groves, Dr Laurance Splitter

(2001), pp. 178-185, Numeracy and beyond: proceedings of the twenty-fourth annual conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia, Sydney, N.S.W., E1

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