PhD (Maths Ed) (Otago), MSc (Hons), Dip Tchg, (Waikato), BCMS (Waikato)
Naomi is a senior lecturer at the University of Otago, College of Education. She is passionate about exploring students' relationships with mathematics and how these relationships change over students' mathematical journeys. She is the Associate Dean of Initial Teacher Education and teaches and researches in secondary mathematics education and curriculum. In 2018, Naomi was the national recipient of the Teacher Education Forum of Aotearoa New Zealand's Emerging Teacher Educator award. Prior to this role, she was a secondary school mathematics teacher in New Zealand and the Sultanate of Oman. Naomi's teacher registration and continuing contact with the teaching community through research, and educating pre-service teachers are important aspects of her identity. She continues to be in direct contact with mathematics associations throughout New Zealand in her work as a Bevan Werry Speaker for the New Zealand Association of Mathematics Teachers.
- Secondary Curriculum Mathematics
- Teaching and learning in mathematics education
- Students' relationships with mathematics
- Affect and identity
- Engagement in mathematics
- Parents' involvement in their children's mathematics education
- The use of technology in mathematics education
Murphy, S., & Ingram, N. (2023). A scoping review of research into mathematics classroom practices and affect. Teaching & Teacher Education, 132, 104235. doi: 10.1016/j.tate.2023.104235
Benning, I., Linsell, C., & Ingram, N. (2023). Examining the changes in mathematics teachers’ technology dispositions through GeoGebra-mediated professional development. Asian Journal for Mathematics Education. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/27527263231163276
Ingram, N., & Curtis, A. (2022). Using waiata in mathematics teaching: Te Whakamahia o te Waiata i roto i te Pākarau. In N. Fitzallen, C. Murphy, V. Hatisaru & N. Maher (Eds.), Proceedings of the 44th Annual Conference of the Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (MERGA). (pp. 243-250). Adelaide, Australia: Mathematics Education Research Group of Australasia (MERGA). Retrieved from https://www.merga.net.au
Ingram, N., & Meaney, T. (2022). “My parents are pretty pleased with my maths”: Students’ navigation of identity stories about mathematics. Research in Mathematics Education, 24(1), 51-68. doi: 10.1080/14794802.2021.1938190
Ingram, N. (2021, March). Growing mathematical learners. Keynote presentation at the Primary Mathematics Association Annual Seminar Day: Making Mathematical Connections, Auckland, New Zealand.