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Associate Professor Linda Galligan

Linda Galligan is an Associate Professor with the Faculty of Health, Engineering and Sciences at UniSQ and is currently Head of School of Mathematics, Physics, and Computing. She has taught high school mathematics, first year mathematics and statistics, and has strong links with schools providing mathematics programs and activities for students and teachers. Her previous roles at UniSQ have included academic support for both international and domestic students. Her research interests include: language and mathematics; preparation for numeracy demands of university; and developing a model of embedding academic numeracy in university programs. More recently her focus has been on the use of tablet and related technology to effectively teach mathematics, and using modelling to improve pre-service teachers’ deep understanding of mathematics. She recently led a UniSQ Learning and Teaching Commissioned Project on nudging and using real-world videos to improve student engagement.

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