Welcome to the HOME page of my website.
My book on How Humans Learn to Think Mathematically has been published in September 2013 (Paperback $39.99, Hardback $99.99). On Amazon.co.uk the price is Paperback £25.32, hardback £48.63 and other deals include The Book Depository which currently quotes world-wide delivery including postage at a competitive price.
A number of new papers (and drafts) have been added recently. Feel free to use information about my research as a resource, or download a paper. There is news about recent changes on this site (made on
Wednesday, October 2nd 2013
) , and also drafts of earllier papers and links to other sites of interest.
See below for more information, including my students and my supervisors/mentors back via Newton and beyond.
Downloads: Research Papers in PDF format, Current writing in draft, Selected Lectures, Curriculum Vitae.
News: A continual list of information on updates to focus on the most recent additions, including new papers, information on books including Fermat's Last Theorem (3rd Edition with Ian Stewart) and Intelligence, Learning and Understanding: A Tribute to Richard Skemp (ed. with Michael Thomas).
David retired in September 2006 and is now Emeritus Professor of Mathematical Thinking at Warwick
His retirement conference RETIREMENT AS PROCESS AND CONCEPT, shared with Eddie Gray at Charles University Prague, is available for download and pictures of the conference are here. From now on David intends to enjoy important things: grandchildren, music, theatre, and other joys. In mathematics education this means turning attention from research articles to thinking profound thoughts, some of which may be published from time to time. His first foray into something different is the book Memories of Wellingborough Grammar School, with brother Graham, a social document remembering the school they attended in the 1950s with its focus on academic and sporting excellence. Two new books in the series were published on December 11th 2012: Mr Woolley and the War Years, Letters to Mr Woolley in the War Years.
Links: A growing list of useful academic links. For other links, go to my personal home- page.
e-mail: to contact me directly.