Snezana Lawrence is a mathematical historian, with a particular interest in the links between mathematics, architecture, and the belief systems related to mathematics. Her work on the creativity, identity, and engagement in the learning of mathematics has taken her to be involved in national and international initiatives to promote the use of the history of mathematics in mathematics education.
English, Serbo-Croat, French
Learning & Teaching Interests
Mathematics education, mathematics history, numeracy, applications of mathematics.
Research Outputs & Interests
Funded Research & Knowledge Exchange Projects
European Project Innovations in Teaching Science and Mathematics through History, 2009
Advisory Board member, History and Pedagogy of Mathematics Group (HPM is an International Study Group on the Relations between History and Pedagogy of Mathematics affiliated to the International Commission on Mathematical Instruction, ICMI)