NCETM Twitter chats #mathscpdchat - every Tuesday from 7pm to 8pm
These weekly, Twitter-based chats are designed to engage UK maths teachers of all age groups – including, of course, primary and trainee teachers – as well as all amaths education professionals involved in helping teachers with their initial and ongoing professional learning.
Each chat is centred on a specific theme, always relevant to maths professional development, and gently steered by a moderator from the maths education community. We welcome all suggestions for discussion themes, and offers of volunteer moderators. These can be emailed to us at firstname.lastname@example.org, or tweet us at either @mathscpdchat or @NCETM, or use the Comments box at the bottom of this page.
The weekly discussions are grouped together under the hashtag #mathscpdchat (see How to take part in a discussion below for more explanation) and set in motion by the NCETM's @mathscpdchat Twitter account. A record of all contributions to each discussion can be found in the archive below.
If you need more information or assistance, please do contact us: we'll be happy to help!
How to take part in a discussion
- First of all, if you haven’t already got one, you will need a Twitter account of your own. When you’ve got one, make sure you follow @NCETM, along with any other people or organisations who interest you. Twitter has its own tour as well as a getting started guide
- Include the hashtag #mathscpdchat in all of your Tweets during the discussion
- You will also need a means of ensuring that you can see all other Tweets that include #mathscpdchat, as well Tweets from the people you choose to follow. One option to achieve this (at no cost) is TweetDeck.
- Join the discussion and have your say
- Watch this page for details of how to read archived versions of all weekly chats
- Spread the word to anyone interested in maths CPD.
Forthcoming discussion dates and topics
We are always interested in suggested topics and/or volunteer hosts. Suggestions/offers to email@example.com or tweet us @mathscpdchat.
|26 May 2020
|2 June 2020
||How do you plan to organise Y7 maths groups in September, given this year's unique circumstances? Host: @DirectorMaths
These are the discussions held from the beginning of 2019.
Summaries of all discussions 2013-18 are available here.
Click the headings to sort the columns in ascending or descending order