• Fellow of Advance HE (FHEA)
• National Council of Teachers of Mathematics (NCTM)
• Association of Teachers of Mathematics (ATM)
• Institution of Mechanical Engineers (IMechE)
• British Education Research Association (BERA)
• The impact of gender on the teaching and learning of mathematics
• Formative and summative assessment models in mathematics
• Problem-based learning in initial teacher education
Having graduated with 1st Class Honours in Mechanical Engineering (MEng) from Cardiff University in 2002, Cameron completed a PGCE in Secondary Mathematics in 2003 from UWIC (now Cardiff Metropolitan University) and taught mathematics for 14 years in three secondary schools across South Wales. Following several school leadership positions, Cameron joined the Central South Consortium (CSCJES) school improvement service as a Mathematics Subject Specialist in 2017 and later as Strategic Advisor for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. In 2008, Cameron completed a Master's degree in Education.
Following his appointment as Senior Lecturer on the PGCE Secondary, PGCE Primary and BA Primary Education (with QTS) programmes at Cardiff School of Education and Social Policy, Cameron was appointed as Programme Leader for PGCE Secondary Mathematics in 2020. Most recently, he has taken up the role as ITE Lead for Communication, Recruitment and Retention within the ITE Leadership and Management team. He was awarded the Cardiff School of Education and Social Policy 'School Lecturer of the Year' award in 2021.
Cameron has a keen interest on the impact of gender on the teaching and learning of mathematics. In 2017, he published a paper in conjunction with ten secondary school mathematics practitioners on the impact of gender via the Central South Consortium. Additionally, he is actively engaged in researching and measuring the impact of formative and summative assessment strategies on the teaching and learning of mathematics. Cameron is keen to develop his research work within these areas whilst studying for a Doctorate in Education (EdD) through Cardiff Metropolitan University.
In addition to his work within education and mathematics, Cameron is a performing musician, vocalist and audio producer for both radio, television and live productions.