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Contributors

Welcome to our community of passionate contributors, united by a shared enthusiasm for mathematics, and science, and a deep-rooted desire to make a positive impact on the world through education.

Lorraine Harbison

Founder of MathScify Assessment and Measeolmata

Associate Professor in Mathematics Education

School of STEM Education, Innovation and Global Studies at the Institute of Education, Dublin City University. 

Sherly Acosta

AMBER Researcher 

Trinity College, University of Dublin.

 

Antonia Artinian Armada

Association for Teacher Education in Europe (ATEE) Intern

Belgium.

 

Jhonattan Baez

AMBER Researcher 

Trinity College, University of Dublin.

Marie Brennan

Principal 

Drumlease National School

Co.Leitrim

Judith Callan-Gough

Special Educational Needs Coordinator

Edmund Rice College

Co. Cork.

 

Thérèse Dooley

Associate Professor Emerita

School of STEM Education, Innovation and Global Studies at the Institute of Education, Dublin City University.

 

Mairéad Holden

Education & Training Manager

AMBER, SFI Research Centre for Advanced Materials and BioEngineering Research

Trinity College, University of Dublin.

 

Ayse Kont

AMBER PhDStudent

University College Cork.

Deirdre Ní Chonghaile

Co-PI Measeolmata

Assistant Professor

School of Literacy, Language and Early Childhood Education, Dublin City University.

 

Elizabeth Oldham

Adjunct Assistant Professor, Pure & Applied Mathematics

Trinity College, University of Dublin.

 

Shauna McGill

Course Director PGCE Primary

Ulster University.

 

Geraldine Parks

Senior Lecturer Numeracy and SEN

St. Mary’s University College, Belfast.

 

Dr. Kamil Rahme 

AMBER Researcher and soon to take up an industry role as a Research Chemist 

University College Cork. 

 

Miriam Ryan

Co-founder Measeolmata

Assistant Professor in Mathematics Education

School of STEM Education, Innovation and Global Studies at the Institute of Education, Dublin City University.

 

Erik Soderholm

AMBER researcher

Trinity College, University of Dublin. 

At Mathscify, we believe that a strong foundation in mathematics and science can open doors to endless opportunities. If you want to get involved, please CLICK HERE

 

Together, we can make a difference and shape a brighter future as we delve into the fascinating worlds of mathematics, and science, and the limitless potential they hold for a better tomorrow.

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