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Mathematics resources for Primary Teachers in Training - Resources - Subject Associations - MA

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Created on 15 July 2010 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 16 September 2010 by ncetm_administrator

Subject Associates - Mathematical Association (MA)

Do teachers belong to subject associations? The chances are the answer is yes for those involved in secondary education, and no for those who work in the primary sector. For primary teachers, membership of a subject association is definitely a road less-travelled. 

The aim of most subject associations is to further the teaching and learning of their subject in schools, and for mathematics there are a number of associations. These associations can be general, or specialize in a particular aspect of mathematics or sector of teaching. Subject Associations offer personalised CPD, since you are in charge of your level of involvement.This might simply involve reading their journals or could mean joining a local branch, buying some of the association’s publications, attending a conference and, in due course, perhaps contributing an article to a journal too.

The NCETM recommends that all teachers join a subject association.

For Primary and early years teachers, the ATM and the MA have contributed resources to this microsite, and more resources and details can be found on their sites.

Joining MA provides access to the full range of their resources and support.


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