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Peer Review Status: Refereed
Title: Resilience in mathematics education research: A systematic review of empirical studies
Author(s): Xenofontos, Constantinos
Mouroutsou, Stella
Contact Email: stella.mouroutsou@stir.ac.uk
Keywords: mathematical resilience
education
systematic review
empirical studies
teaching/learning
Date Deposited: 23-May-2022
Citation: Xenofontos C & Mouroutsou S (2022) Resilience in mathematics education research: A systematic review of empirical studies. Scandinavian Journal of Educational Research.
Abstract: In recent years, the number of studies examining resilience in relation to mathematics teaching/learning (or mathematical resilience, according to some), increased significantly. This paper is a systematic review of 78 studies published between 2010 and 2021, and investigates (a) conceptualisations of mathematical resilience, (b) demographic characteristics of participants in the papers identified, and (c) factors that influence the development of mathematical resilience. Our analysis indicates that mathematical resilience is conceptualised in two ways: as the coexistence of disadvantage and high mathematical performance; and, as part of one’s mathematical identity. Participants in related studies belong to one of the following categories: disadvantaged pupils; “typical” pupils; disadvantaged university STEM students; “typical” university students; prospective teachers; in-service teachers. Mathematical resilience is found to be influenced by both psychological and social/environmental factors. Finally, we discuss implications and how the field can move forward.
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