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Influential Mathematics Teachers


Created on 06 October 2008 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 25 September 2013 by ncetm_administrator

Influential Mathematics Teachers

Influential Mathematics Teachers are:
  • ASTs
  • Lead Practitioners
  • Leading Mathematics Teachers
  • Specialist Mathematics and Computing Schools Subject Leaders
  • Subject Leaders
  • Other teachers with a remit to have impact and reach beyond their own school
They have the potential to be a major force in improving mathematics education. The NCETM is helping to fully realise this potential though an established formal national network of Influential Mathematics Teachers to share best practice, support individuals and give a national voice to the mathematics community. By working together, Influential Mathematics Teachers can benefit from the expertise and experience or a wide range of talented colleagues – this can then cascade to teachers beyond the network. 

The NCETM is supporting Influential Mathematics Teachers through the provision of a series of networking days throughout the school year.  These take place regionally and details can be found on the Forthcoming Events page.

As a large network, Influential Mathematics Teachers will have a major impact on raising standards in mathematics across England.
 
 
 
Influential Mathematics Teachers Homepage
 
October Conferences - Click here to find out more
 
October Conferences - Photo Gallery from the Leeds Conference
 
October Conferences - Video from the Birmingham Conference
 
October Conferences - Resources, view and download resources from the conferences
 
Forthcoming Events - Click here to find out more
 
Online Community - Click here to join in the online discussion
 
Becoming an AST - Click here to find out more
 
Primary Magazine - Click here to read the latest version
 
Secondary Magazine - Click here to read the latest version
 
October Conferences - Find out more
 
Forthcoming Events - Find out more
 
Online Community - Join in the discussion
 
Becoming an AST - Find out more
 
 


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21 October 2008 14:48
Thoroughly enjoyed Richard's workshop on building the feel good factor about your department. Although it targetted secondary, I went along because I needed the boost of feeling good about my KS1 team... AND I REALLY DO. I can see we do lots of things really well, and the session gave me a great model to scaffold my Key Stage meeting tomorrow which will hopefully boost the rest of the team into feeling like we are achieving highly! Thanks Richard (and don't think you only apply to secondary!!)
By bevkirk
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20 October 2008 16:18
The materials will be made available in the Influential Mathematics Teachers forum (there is a tab labelled "Documents") in the coming weeks. You will be notified by email when this happens.
By Mark_McCourt
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13 October 2008 16:06
Have already asked, but perhaps in the wrong place, how do we find the resources collected from the conference please?
Fran
By FWatson
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10 October 2008 12:28
Adding sub-folders is fine, it's just the parent directories that need to be maintained.
By Mark_McCourt
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09 October 2008 14:13
I've just received my memory stick in advance of the course. The accompanying letter asks us not to alter the folder structure. Does this extend to not adding subfolders within the existing structure? I'd like to put some material for IWB into subfolders if possible. If the intention is to copy all the directories together, I'm sure that this wouldn't cause a problem, only if the existing structure is altered.
By Deep_Blue_C
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