Dr. Sean Chorney

Assistant Professor, Faculty of Education

Research Interests

My research interests lie in the learning of mathematics, the teaching and development of pre-service teachers, and collective assessment in schools. My research is informed by a social justice pedagogy which includes fair and equitable teaching practices and approaches that interrogate and challenge the role of power, privilege and oppression.

Recently I have approached the learning of mathematics with a materialist sensibility and am currently interested in what ethical consequences this approach has for students. I am also researching the material consequences this perspective has on mathematics.