Maths

Online Conference for Non-Specialist & Early-Career Teachers

A free conference in the summer term – find out more here

Exeter Maths School’s Online Conference

Target Audience: for non-specialist and early career teachers of Maths, Physics and Computer Science.

Format: 2021 format tbc nearer the time.

Aim: to provide on-going support and inspiration.

How to get involved: email events@exeterms.ac.uk to be added to our mailing list.

Capacity: no limit.

Mathematics Teachers’ Network – sponsored by The Advanced Mathematics Support Programme (AMSP)

Target Audience: teachers of KS4 and KS5 students.

Format: twilight workshops and networking once a term.

Aim: to support collaboration between KS4 and KS5 teachers of mathematics.

How to get involved: You can email events@exeterms.ac.uk to be added to our mailing list or click on the event you are interested in for a booking link.

Capacity: 40

Mathematics Association / Association of Teachers of Mathematics Joint Meetings

Target Audience: teachers and maths professionals.

Format: twilight workshops and networking once a term.

Aim: to share cool maths and provide networking and professional development opportunities for teachers of mathematics.

How to get involved: to sign up to the mailing list for this group or to book a place, email Richard Perring: richardperring74@gmail.com.

Capacity: 40

Further Maths Work Group

Target Audience: mathematics teachers in the South West who are teaching Further Mathematics on the MEI specification.

Format: a one-day networking session.

Aim: to share resources and facilitate discussion in a supportive atmosphere.

How to get involved: further information and a booking link will be published here – please email: events@exeterms.ac.uk if you have any questions.

Capacity: 20

Maths Hub Work Group – Developing A Level Pedagogy

Target Audience: the project is aimed at schools/colleges/departments that want to develop one or more aspects of their A level pedagogy including use of technology. It would be suitable for experienced teachers/leaders of of A level Maths who wish to lead the development of pedagogy in A level teaching with other colleagues in their own or other schools/colleges.

Format: please see the details shared below.

Aim: to develop and sustain regional communities of practice involving collaboration between teachers. The focus is on developing pedagogy in A level Maths teaching, and developing participants as leaders of A level teaching professional development in their own school or college.

How to get involved: complete an expression of interest form here.

Capacity: 12

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