[Blindmath] Advice on PHD application wanted and peer reviewing my paper please

Stacy Rowe srowe at sightsavers.org
Tue Aug 27 11:09:54 UTC 2013

Dear all,

I have been studying the teaching of Mathematics and numeracy to children (aged 18 years or younger) who are blind and reside in low income environments. The research I have conducted thus far has yielded significant and shocking results. I would love to take my current findings and passion and turn it into a fully developed PHD subject. I would preferably like to be based in the UK for the majority of the PHD and wondered if anybody had any advice on how I might proceed in turning my current research/hypothesis into a PHD proposal? Any help at all in this area would be very much appreciated.

Also, I wondered if I could have a situational analysis paper I have recently written peer reviewed and if anybody had any advice on this also?

Very many thanks in advance for any help you could offer.


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