Anne Prescott

Anne Prescott


Associate Professor Anne Prescott started her career as a secondary school teacher of mathematics, and at UTS lectured in the primary and secondary mathematics teacher education courses and coordinates the Master of Teaching (secondary). From 2011 Anne conducted mathematics, science and English teacher professional development in a remote region of Nepal. This work was extended to include rebuilding schools, toilets and the Bhawani School hostel. In 2014 Anne was awarded the UTS Human Rights Award for Social Inclusion for her work in making it possible for Nepali girls to continue their education in secondary school. Anne’s research interests arise from her experiences as a teacher and teacher educator and include STE(A)M education, dealing with mathematics anxiety, and supporting beginning teachers as they start their teaching career.  



  • Project: Maths Inside

  • Recent Publications

  • Publication: Conclusions and Answering the Research Questions
  • Publication: Introducing Maths inside and the Australian Maths and Science Partnerships Program (AMSPP)
  • Publication: Introducing the Material in Maths Inside
  • Publication: Is There a Crisis in Mathematics Education?
  • Publication: Making School Maths Engaging
  • Publication: Making School Maths Engaging: The Maths inside Project
  • Publication: Maths inside from Teachers' Perspectives
  • Publication: Maths inside from the Students' Perspectives
  • Publication: School–University Partnerships as Rich STEM Learning Contexts for Pre-Service Teachers Working with Primary Students
  • Publication: The Case for Mathematical Literacy