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The MA annual conference 2017 runs from 7-9 April, at Royal Holloway College, Egham, Surrey. Teachers at previous conferences have been extravagant in their description of the benefits – see here.
You’ll find a great programme, costs and early bird booking now available at that web address, together with support for getting funded by your school or college. To make it even easier for you, we attach a programme and flyers (one is Primary-specific). Do please forward to anyone you think might be interested. Excellent value, and a superb and fun way to get on top of the teaching needed for new curricula 5-19.
Primary Special day 8 April; Further Maths day 9 April; Teaching and learning with technology strand throughout; build your teaching for the new curricula 5-18 throughout. Good company, civilised surroundings, hands-on mathematical recharging throughout.
Join us for this lively and inspiring conference. Discounts available for beginner teachers, for groups of 4 or more booking together (they don’t have to be from the same school/college, but why not bring a friend or colleague?), for personal members early in their career or new to conference…. Why wait until prices go up or your preferred accommodation is full? If you book now you’ll be able to enjoy the anticipation.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Dr Jennie Golding President, The Mathematical Association 2016-17.
Mathematics Education, UCL Institute of Education, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL 020 7612 6655
Want to find out about our free AMTEC courses for early career mathematics teachers, all about preparing to teach A-level? See here
Free professional development for mathematics teachers of all A level Mathematics specifications
Hosted by the Yorkshire and Humber Maths Hub on Tuesday 25th April 2017
A free one day course for A level Mathematics teachers to explore the Underground Mathematics online resources and find out how they support the overarching themes in the new mathematics A level: proof, problem solving and modelling.
The course is free of charge to all teachers of A level Mathematics in state-funded schools. Two teachers per school/college are welcome to apply.
For further details and online application form, see the mei website or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please see flyer below.
This course is for teachers in state-funded schools and colleges in England. All participating teachers must be teaching A level Mathematics (or other level 3 mathematics courses) throughout the academic year 2016-17.
The course fees are £600 but schools and colleges of participants are entitled to £900 on completion of the course in recognition of the support they give to their colleague.
Participants are required to take an active role in eight study days, spread across the year, focusing on A level Mathematics subject knowledge and pedagogy. Course tutors carry out two school/college visits to each participant to observe and support his/her A level teaching. In addition, participants study the content of five A level modules, from a teaching and learning perspective, with support using an on-line classroom. Participants have access to an extensive website of teaching and learning materials and this access continues for two years.
For further information including the comprehensive set of criteria, FAQs and application form, please visit the MEI website
Please note: These dates are provisional and subject to change
All days 10:00am – 4:00pm
For further information contact the CPD administration team at MEI:
Telephone: 01225 716494