Dr Andrina Inglis (EdD, CT, MSc, PGDE, BSc)

Teaching Fellow


Doctor of Education , Univeristy of Edinburgh

Chartered Teacher (Scotland)

MSc CEME, Napier University

PGDE Secondary (Mathematics), Moray House College of Education

BSc(Hons) Mathematics, Heriot-Watt University

Undergraduate teaching

  • Education Studies 1B from  MA Primary with....
  • BEd 4 Dissertation Supervision

Postgraduate teaching

PGDE Secondary Mathematics

Research summary

  • The mathematics education of secondary age learners.
  • The effective use of ICT within the classroom
  • Student teacher development from placement experiences.
  • The role(s) of HEI in Initial Teacher Education of the future .
  • Exploring the value of Chartered Teachers in the future of Scottish education. 

Past research interests

• Mathematics teachers' conceptions of their actions with students on placement. • The use of IWB and VLE within the secondary mathematics classroom. • The role of the Chartered Teachers in Scottish education.

Knowledge exchange

Provision of Case Studies for LTS website [now Education Scotland].


  • STEP Annual Conference, 
  • ACTS Annucal Conference, ‘Exploring Leadership’ – National Education Conference, Stirling Management Centre, March 2014
  • AMET Annual Conference,  Birmingham, September 2010; 2011; 2012
  • Scottish Schools Conference Organiser of ‘Royal Institution Mathematics Masterclass – A Day of Celebration’, University of Edinburgh, June 2010


Regular participant in SMC & MA annual conferences.

Papers delivered

  • Teachers Teaching with Technology – International Conferencee, ‘Discussion: Is ITE educating mathematics student teachers in the use of Hand-Held Technology in the classroom sufficiently?’ Chicago, March 2012.
  • Teachers Teaching with Technology – National Conference, ‘Teaching Teachers: effective collaboration between ITE and schools.’  University of Roehampton, July 2011.
  • Scottish Mathematics Council Conference, ‘UK Mathematics Trust – The Team Challenge’, University of Stirling, March 2010.
  • SETT: Scottish Learning Festival, ‘Introducing the Interactive Whiteboard’,  SECC, September 2003; 2004.

Thesis title:

Mathematics teachers' conceptions of their actions with student-teachers