Number of items: **22**.

## Article

McAlinden, Mary and Noyes, Andrew
(2017)
*Assessing mathematics within advanced school science qualifications.*
Assessment in Education
.
ISSN 1465-329X

Adkins, Michael and Noyes, Andrew
(2017)
*Do advanced mathematics skills predict success in biology and chemistry degrees?*
International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education
.
ISSN 1573-1774

Noyes, Andrew and Adkins, Michael
(2016)
*Studying advanced mathematics in England: findings from a survey of student choices and attitudes.*
Research in Mathematics Education
.
ISSN 1754-0178

Noyes, Andrew and Adkins, Michael
(2016)
*The impact of research on policy: a case of qualifications reform.*
British Journal of Educational Studies
.
ISSN 1467-8527

Noyes, Andrew
(2016)
*Bringing Bourdieu to mathematics education: a response to Williams and Choudry.*
Research in Mathematics Education, 18
(1).
pp. 22-26.
ISSN 1754-0178

Adkins, Michael and Noyes, Andrew
(2016)
*Reassessing the economic value of advanced level mathematics.*
British Educational Research Journal, 42
(1).
pp. 93-116.
ISSN 0141-1926

Noyes, Andrew and Adkins, Michael
(2016)
*Reconsidering the rise in A-level mathematics participation.*
Teaching Mathematics and its Applications
.
ISSN 1471-6976

Matthews, Richard and Noyes, Andrew
(2016)
*To grade or not to grade: balancing formative and summative assessment in post-16 teacher trainee observations.*
Journal of Further and Higher Education, 40
(2).
pp. 247-261.
ISSN 1469-9486

Dalby, Diane and Noyes, Andrew
(2015)
*Locating mathematics within post-16 vocational education in England.*
Journal of Vocational Education and Training
.
pp. 1-17.
ISSN 1747-5090

Dalby, D.M. and Noyes, Andrew
(2015)
*Connecting mathematics teaching with vocational learning.*
Adults Learning Mathematics, 10
(1).
pp. 40-49.
ISSN 1744-1803

Noyes, Andrew and Wake, Geoffrey and Drake, Pat
(2013)
*Time for curriculum reform: the case of mathematics.*
Curriculum Journal, 24
(4).
pp. 511-528.
ISSN 0958-5176

Noyes, Andrew
(2013)
*Scale in education research: towards a multi-scale methodology.*
International Journal of Research and Method in Education, 36
(2).
pp. 101-116.
ISSN 1743-727X

Drake, Pat and Wake, Geoffrey and Noyes, Andrew
(2012)
*Assessing 'functionality' in school mathematics examinations: what does being human have to do with it?*
Research in Mathematics Education, 14
(3).
pp. 237-252.
ISSN 1479-4802

Noyes, Andrew
(2012)
*It matters which class you are in: student-centred teaching and the enjoyment of learning mathematics.*
Research in Mathematics Education, 14
(3).
pp. 273-290.
ISSN 1479-4802

Noyes, Andrew
(2012)
*The effective mathematics department: adding value and increasing participation?*
School Effectiveness and School Improvement, 24
(1).
pp. 87-103.
ISSN 0924-3453

Noyes, Andrew and Sealey, Paula
(2011)
*Managing learning trajectories: the case of 14-19 mathematics.*
Educational Review, 63
(2).
pp. 179-193.
ISSN 0013-1911

Noyes, Andrew and Wake, Geoff and Drake, Pat
(2011)
*Widening and increasing post-16 mathematics participation: pathways, pedagogies and politics.*
International Journal of Science and Mathematics Education, 9
(2).
pp. 483-501.
ISSN 1571-0068

Sealey, Paula and Noyes, Andrew
(2010)
*On the relevance of the mathematics curriculum to young people.*
Curriculum Journal, 21
(3).
pp. 239-254.
ISSN 0958-5176

Falkenberg, Thomas and Noyes, Andrew
(2010)
*Conditions for linking school mathematics and moral education: a case study.*
Teaching and Teacher Education, 26
(4).
pp. 949-956.
ISSN 0742-051X

Noyes, Andrew and Sealey, Paula
(2009)
*Investigating participation in Advanced level mathematics: a study of student drop out.*
Research Papers in Education, 27
(1).
pp. 123-138.
ISSN 1470-1146

Noyes, Andrew
(2009)
*Exploring social patterns of participation in university-entrance level mathematics in England.*
Research in Mathematics Education, 11
(2).
pp. 167-183.
ISSN 1479-4802

Hall, Christine and Noyes, Andrew
(2009)
*School self-evaluation and its impact on teachersâ€™ work in England.*
Research Papers in Education, 24
(3).
pp. 311-334.
ISSN 0267-1522

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