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Angela Stensness

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Angela Stensness
Angela Stensness
Certification : BEd (Primary), PGDip Education (Mathematics), MEd (Hons)
Staff Code : # #
Phone : 075622962
Email : a.stensness@bti.ac.nz

Biography

Angela has worked as a teacher in both the primary and secondary sector. She has taught all Year Levels from New Entrant through to Year 12 and held roles involving mathematics leadership, learning community leadership and coaching and mentoring other teachers.

Angela has a particular interest in mathematics education, the use of digital technologies to enhance learning, and the exploration of strategies to improve low self-efficacy in others.

Her masters research applied the Flipped Learning approach to professional learning with the aim of improving the mathematics self-efficacy of primary-trained teachers.

She describes herself as a “learning enthusiast” and is passionate about building learner agency in others.

Areas of Expertise

 

  • Flipped Learning
  • Mathematics Education
  • Teacher and Student Agency
  • Teacher and Student Efficacy
  • Digital Pedagogies

Selected Publications

Stensness A., Calder N. (2021). Flipping professional learning through videos in mathematics education. In: Gedera D.S.P., Zalipour A. (eds) Video Pedagogy. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-33-4009-1_8

Neidhardt, C., & Stensness, A. (2013). Responsive pedagogy: debunking three myths that limit 21st Century learning, Teachers Matter Magazine, Issue 22.

Ell, F., Smith, C., Stensness, A., & Major, K. (2010). Using written recording to help children learn mathematics. In Averill, R., Harvey, R. (eds) Teaching Primary School Mathematics and Statistics: Evidence-based Practice. NZCER Press.

Meet our Staff

At BTI, you will learn from staff who are experienced teachers and educators, researchers, practitioners, health workers and graduates themselves. Many have worked in private practice, for public institutions and for universities in Aotearoa New Zealand and overseas 

Angela Stensness
Angela Stensness
Certification : BEd (Primary), PGDip Education (Mathematics), MEd (Hons)
Staff Code : #
Phone : 075622962
Email : a.stensness@bti.ac.nz

Biography

Angela has worked as a teacher in both the primary and secondary sector. She has taught all Year Levels from New Entrant through to Year 12 and held roles involving mathematics leadership, learning community leadership and coaching and mentoring other teachers.

Angela has a particular interest in mathematics education, the use of digital technologies to enhance learning, and the exploration of strategies to improve low self-efficacy in others.

Her masters research applied the Flipped Learning approach to professional learning with the aim of improving the mathematics self-efficacy of primary-trained teachers.

She describes herself as a “learning enthusiast” and is passionate about building learner agency in others.

Areas of Expertise

 

  • Flipped Learning
  • Mathematics Education
  • Teacher and Student Agency
  • Teacher and Student Efficacy
  • Digital Pedagogies

Selected Publications

Stensness A., Calder N. (2021). Flipping professional learning through videos in mathematics education. In: Gedera D.S.P., Zalipour A. (eds) Video Pedagogy. Springer. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-981-33-4009-1_8

Neidhardt, C., & Stensness, A. (2013). Responsive pedagogy: debunking three myths that limit 21st Century learning, Teachers Matter Magazine, Issue 22.

Ell, F., Smith, C., Stensness, A., & Major, K. (2010). Using written recording to help children learn mathematics. In Averill, R., Harvey, R. (eds) Teaching Primary School Mathematics and Statistics: Evidence-based Practice. NZCER Press.

Angela Stensness
Angela Stensness
Early Childhood Teaching, Educator/Kaiako, Primary Teaching, Secondary Teaching, Teacher Education
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BEd (Primary), PGDip Education (Mathematics), MEd (Hons)
Staff code #
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075622962
a.stensness@bti.ac.nz
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