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Username : KeithJones
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Joined : 27 June 2006
Interests : I am interested in the development of mathematical reasoning in students (especially ways of building on their intuitive and visual knowledge), the teaching and learning of geometry, and the integration of digital technologies in the teaching and learning of mathematics.
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Region : South East
Sector : Higher Education, Initial Teacher Education
Role : NCETM Partner / Stakeholder, Researcher, Teacher Educator
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Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education (ACME) Teacher Network
To continue its leading role in generating debate and influencing mathematics education policy, ACME is interested to know the views of mathematics teachers. This is a network for teachers of mathematics to discuss and debate key issues in mathematics education. Join this community to share your views and find out more on how you can influence policy.
173 01/03/07
Bringing Maths & Science Together
January saw the first meeting of the Y&H STEM Collaborative Project Group. The meeting allowed Maths and Science Teachers to talk to each other about common themes. Please join in out discussion about working together or have you been involved in interesting work with Science Teachers.
4 17/04/07
This community has been set up to bring together a number of discussion threads from within other communities about contextualisation - and of course, to start new discussions.
14 16/04/07
Functional Mathematics
A team in the North East of England is developing Professional Development materials for Functional maths to help teachers prepare for changes to the curriculum in 2010. If you would like to be involved in the collection and/or piloting of materials please join the community.
86 09/08/07
GE/SETNET (AIM) Project - London
This community is for the Achievement in Maths Project Group - London. It is aimed at the project team and pilot school mathematics teachers
0 23/06/07
Initial Teacher Education Community
This community exists for all those involved in providing mathematics Initial Teacher Education
5 29/09/06
Lesson Study
The "Teaching Gap" by Stigler and Hiebert highlights the success of lesson study in Japan, but can this be translated to this country? This community is aimed at those groups of teachers who want to know more about it, and who are willing to share their own journey of discovery with others. It is not for the faint-hearted, but for those who really want to find out for themselves.
32 27/11/06
Maths Hubs - Solent
An online community for the Solent Maths Hub
20 24/10/14
NCETM International Research Conference
NCETM members are invited to use this community to work together and share comments and ideas, further to our event, held 14-16 February 2007 at The British Library, London
9 17/04/07
TAM Community 2006
For teachers on the MEI 'Teaching Advanced Maths' courses past and present at Chichester, London South Bank, Manchester Met and Warwick Universities. You can share ideas, ask each other for help, sort travel to the uni days or the applied maths courses, talk about your projects/assignments, post ideas which worked well, or just catch up with each other
4 09/11/06
Teaching A-level or Additional Maths for the first time?
This is for teachers who are getting to grips with teaching beyond GCSE for the first time. It's a chance to discuss your concerns, share ideas, list websites you've found useful, where you look for help, how you cope with the wide spread of ability, what you do with the most able, the most interesting and challenging questions your students come up with...there'll be lots of help!
7 09/11/06