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Mathematics & Statistics hosts the Marine Population Modelling group which is engaged in research into topics surrounding marine resource modelling and ecology. Recent work has included important developments in the population modelling of marine species.

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Number of items: 5.

2024

Zhu, Yan and Wang, Yuchen (2024) Like water : feeling and negotiating relational complexity in school-based ethnographic childhood research in china through the lens of emotional reflexivity. Journal of Contemporary Ethnography.

2023

Wang, Yuchen (2023) 'It is the easiest thing to do' : university students' perspectives on the role of lecture recording in promoting inclusive education in the UK. Teaching in Higher Education. pp. 1-18. ISSN 1356-2517

2022

Alves, Ines and Barrett, Louise and Barnett, Hayley and Cantali, Di and Catlin, Jane and Darling-McQuistan, Kirsten and Dey, Donna and Essex, Jane and Florian, Lani and Foley, Yvonne and Graham, Archie and Jaap, Angela and Jones, Sian and Watson, Kat Lord and McAuliffe, Lisa and McGill, Colin and Mercieca, Duncan and Munro, Alice and Mouroutsou, Stella and Priestley, Andrea and Sutherland, Margaret and Wang, Yuchen (2022) National Framework for Inclusion. Scottish Universities Inclusion Group, Aberdeen.

2021

Wang, Yuchen (2021) 'Teachers did not let me do it.' : disabled children's experiences of marginalisation in regular primary schools in China. Disability & the Global South. pp. 2053-2070. ISSN 2050-7364

2019

Knox, Jeremy and Wang, Yuchen and Gallagher, Michael; Jeremy Knox and Wang, Yuchen and Gallagher, Michael, eds. (2019) Introduction : AI, inclusion, and 'everyone learning everything'. In: Artificial Intelligence and Inclusive Education. Perspectives on Rethinking and Reforming Education . Springer Nature, Singapore, pp. 1-13. ISBN 9789811381614

This list was generated on Thu Jun 20 06:59:47 2024 BST.