Ariel Lindorff

Research Member of Common Room

Research Fellow

Department of Education

Ariel is a Research Fellow in the Department of Education, with research interests related to educational effectiveness and improvement, equity issues in education, classroom practice, and mathematics education. Her research typically involves using mixed methods and/or advanced quantitative methods across a wide variety of research designs (e.g. small-scale exploratory studies, mixed-methods experimental studies, and large-scale observational studies involving secondary data analysis).

Ariel’s current teaching responsibilities include leading the MSc Research Design and Methodology course and contributing to introductory/intermediate quantitative methods instruction in the Department of Education. She is also Course Tutor for a mixed methods short course in the Department for Continuing Education.

Ariel previously completed her DPhil in the Department of Education. Before becoming a researcher she was a secondary mathematics teacher in the USA since 2006, and she also holds Qualified Teacher Status in the UK. Her previous degree was a Masters in Applied Mathematics and Statistics from Hunter College, City University of New York.