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NCETM International Research Conference

The NCETM has a vital remit to initiate and support research and development across mathematics teaching. To meet this aim, the NCETM held a three-day conference exploring collaborative professional development.

The three days set out to explore with teachers and researchers how different communities of practice working together can enhance professional development for mathematics practitioners.

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Day One

Practitioners in mathematics education from across London came together to discuss what enhances mathematics professional development by working collaboratively in networks. This event was organised and delivered in conjunction with the London Mathematics Centre. Find out more about the work of the NCETM in London.

"...speakers very inspiring.  Great to chat to 'new' people"

Day Two

Teachers from schools, FE and HE met with researchers and representatives of interested societies and policy-framers from across the country. Chaired by Professor Celia Hoyles, the aim of Day Two was to consider what could be learned from research into mathematics professional development at home and internationally.

"...the morning overviews were excellent"

Day Three

Members of the NCETM team came together with members of the British Society for Research into Learning Mathematics to begin to set a research agenda for professional development in mathematics education. The day was chaired by Professor Rosamund Sutherland from the University of Bristol.

Programme of Events // Presentations // Video

"...the outside speakers were very inspiring and thought provoking"