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Charlie Stripp, Director of the NCETM, has started a series of occasional blogs, on topical matters of mathematics education. The blogs, with a light-hearted nod to their mathematical content, are brought together on this website under the title Charlie's Angles.
Our weekly Twitter-based discussions around specific topics of maths CPD take place every Tuesday in a new regular time slot of 7-8pm under the hashtag #mathscpdchat. The aim is to provide a weekly opportunity for teachers, trainees, and everyone involved in initial and ongoing professional development, to exchange views and experience. And every discussion will be archived for future reference.
Are you looking for expert support to improve mathematics teaching? The new NCETM CPD Providers Directory is designed to help schools and colleges find support to match their needs. It contains details of only those who have met quality standards - those who either hold the NCETM CPD Standard, or are Accredited Professional Development Leads. Find out more.
The NCETM online resources number many thousands of pages, and it can sometimes be a little daunting to find exactly what you want. Our guidance pages contain links to relevant resources from across the NCETM, and include links to discussion forums, offering the opportunity to examine and record your own practice and thoughts.
A newly enhanced suite of NCETM videos designed to support teacher professional development in the context of the development of the new mathematics curriculum is now available on the website. PowerPoint presentations, aimed to stimulate thinking and discussion, accompany each set of videos.
We are offering a series of free face-to-face events at which teaching schools and improvement agents will work together to develop their roles as providers of professional development, and dates for 2014 are now confirmed - find out more and book your place now!
The NCETM SLE toolkit for mathematics specialist leaders of education offers a comprehensive range of advice, guidance, practical strategies and links to resources that will help SLEs as they support other schools.
The NCETM is to play a key role in a new programme to help prepare more teachers and lecturers at FE colleges, and other organisations in the sector, to teach GCSE mathematics.
The NCETM Primary Mathematics Host Schools Project, involving over 500 teachers from 29 local networks of schools, explored ways of raising the arithmetic skills of pupils in Years 3 and 4.
These have been written to provide your mathematics team with structured professional development you can deliver in-house utilising members' expertise and knowledge.