Leone Burton

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British mathematician

Why Is Leone Burton Influential?

According to Wikipedia, Leone Minna Burton was a professor of education in mathematics and science, working in London teacher education colleges in the 1970s, the Open University in the 1980s and, from 1992, the University of Birmingham. At the South Bank Polytechnic ;she helped establish the first MSc in Mathematics Education in the UK. After retiring in 2001 she became Honorary Professor at Kings College London, and Visiting Fellow in the Cambridge University Faculty of Education. She was noted for her influence as a researcher and doctoral supervisor, setting up national and international research networks in the developing area of mathematics education.

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