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Mathematics Subject Associations

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Created on 10 June 2011 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 28 June 2011 by ncetm_administrator

mathematics subject associations
Maths subject associations
working together to support
teachers of maths
in schools and colleges

Joining a professional mathematics association

From the moment you are interested in teaching mathematics, and throughout your career, involvement in a professional community with like-minded people doing similar roles provides you with essential support.

Membership of a subject association offers a wide variety of opportunities, including:

  • Resources and publications
  • Sharing ideas through local meetings and networks
  • Professional development events and annual conferences
  • Involvement with others in curriculum and resource development

Mathematics subject associations are directly related to the teaching and learning of mathematics in schools and colleges. There is at least one association to meet your needs at each stage of your career and to support any role you are likely to undertake in mathematics education. Many people belong to more than one association.

Find out more about what they can offer you.

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12 March 2019 18:01

Sorry to email but i am attending the training on Wednesday and i am unsure where i can download the powerpoints from or for me to print off to make notes.

By Terriclaire
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