School of STEM Education, Innovation & Global Studies

Dr
Paul
Grimes

Primary Department
School of STEM Education, Innovation & Global Studies
Role
Academic Staff
Phone number:
01 700
9179
Campus
St Patrick's Campus
Room Number
C411

Academic biography

Paul Grimes is an Assistant Professor in Mathematics Education in the School of STEM Education, Innovation and Global Studies, Dublin City University. He is a member of the Centre for the Advancement of STEM Teaching and Learning (CASTeL). He is project coordinator and principal investigator for the Erasmus+ funded Supporting Transitions Across Mathematics and Physics Education (STAMPEd) project. Research interests include the use of design based research in education, discourse and sense - making in mathematics and physics, and research in teacher education in mathematics and science. He lectures in the areas of mathematics education and physics education on primary and post-primary initial teacher education programmes.

Before joining the school he worked as a postdoctoral researcher on both the Three Dimensions of Inquiry in Physics Education (3DIPhE) and Open Schools for Open Societies (OSOS) projects. He has a PhD in physics education and before this qualified as a second level mathematics and physics teacher. 

Research interests

Mathematics Education Physics EducationScience Education Teacher EducationClassroom DiscourseSense-Making in Mathematics and Science

If you are interested in pursuing postgraduate research in any of these areas please feel free to get in touch.