Institute of Education, London, UK

Richard Noss

Playground Project co-director.
Professor of Mathematics Education.
Interests: researching roles for digital technologies for mathematical learning, and mathematics in working settings. Editor-in-chief of the International Journal of Computers for Mathematical Learning.



Celia Hoyles

Playground Project co-director
Professor of Mathematics education with research background investigating the use of computers for mathematics learning, and gender issues, group work and collaborative learning with computers



Sarah Lowe

Research officer, playground development, research in schools




Ross Adamson

Full time research officer, playground development, research in schools




Magdalen Meade

Project Secretary





Dave Pratt

I will be working full-time on the Playground project during the 1999/2000 academic year, based at the London and Warwick Institutes of Education. The plan is that I will develop playgrounds and research their use with young children. My first playground is likely to be in Open Logo. Whether that triggers Toon Talk or further Open Logo developments remains to be seen. I expect that the work will extend beyond the next academic year but not on a full-time basis.