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Username : Steve_Humble
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Joined : 27 June 2006
Interests : Steve Humble (aka DR Maths).

Freelance Mathematics Consultant

Having worked as a maths subject leader in various educational establishments for over 20 years, I have spent the last five years as a Senior Regional Coordinator for the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM). Now working as a Freelance Mathematics Consultant, I support schools in raising their student achievement through creating a positive attitude to maths. I also work with OCR and teachers to create "the best Maths GCSE scheme ever!", the Further Mathematics Support Programme and teach mathematics on the Primary PGCE Course at Newcastle University.

I am on the IMA's Schools and Further Education committee and the London Mathematical Society Education Committee

Dr Maths newspaper column is published by the Evening Chronicle.
This is the main local newspaper in the North East, which has a circulation of around 55,000. The column hopes to promote greater interest in Mathematics to a wider audience.
An archive of Dr Maths columns and events information can be found at
http://www.ima.org.uk/activities/education/dr_maths.cfm

To find out more about Dr Maths http://www.in2schools.co.uk/drmaths
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Region : East Midlands, East of England, International, London, National, North East, North West, South East, South West, West Midlands, Yorkshire and the Humber
Sector : Adult Community Learning, Early Years Foundation Stage Settings, Further Education College, Higher Education, Initial Teacher Education, Local Authority, Offender Learning, Primary, Private / Business, Secondary, Sixth Form College, Special Education Needs, Work Based / Work Place Learning
Role : Advanced Skills Teacher, Consultant / Adviser, Functional Skills Teacher, Governor, Head of Mathematics / Mathematics Coordinators, Learning Support Staff / Higher Level Teaching Assistant, Lecturer, NCETM Partner / Stakeholder, Newly Qualified Teacher, Parent / Carer, Researcher, Senior Leader, Subject Learning Coach, Teacher, Teacher Educator, Trainee Teacher, Volunteer
Community Membership :
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Creative Maths in Newcastle
A community for anyone interested in exploring teaching for creativity in maths. A number of Newcastle schools are collaborating with Creative Partnerships North & South Tyneside and will be sharing their experiences here. All NCETM members are welcome to join. See http://www.creative-partnerships.com for more information.
19 05/02/07
Creative Number Training
Business in the Community in the North East and the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM) are working in partnership to link teachers and business volunteers to look at bringing maths to life inside and out of the classroom. The NCETM believes that working together with business is all part of teachers' continuing professional development.
3 01/03/07
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 23/01/07
Influence Network - Yorkshire and the Humber
The network is open to those who support the professional development of teachers of Mathematics in Yorkshire & the Humber. It brings together AST’s, Leading Teachers and consultants who work in Primary and Secondary schools. It offers the opportunity to share practice and update knowledge through regular meetings and the online community.
45 22/02/08
Influential Mathematics Teachers community
This community gives a central place for Influential Mathematics Teachers to share ideas and resources and to form networks across the country.
291 21/10/08
Mathematics in Special Schools Conferences
This 'hidden' community is for those attending the national conference 'Mathematics in Special Schools; the way forward'
43 13/07/09
Maths Trails
Mathematics is not a closed box. It does not exist in isolation, and as with all things, it needs to interact with other subjects if it is to flourish. A maths trail creates natural links to many other subjects in the curriculum. In working collaboratively, staff can support each other, benefiting from the wealth of good practice they have to offer.
20 06/02/07
Parent Child homework
This is a network of Primary and Secondary teachers working together to improve links between school and home.
4 25/09/08
Professional Learning Community (PLC)
A professional community of learners can be defined as a school or college in which the teachers and its administrators continuously seek and share learning, and act on their learning. The goal of their actions is to enhance their effectiveness as professionals for the students' benefit.
6 12/01/07
Watch and Learn
Watching and listening to how others teach maths can help us understand how we can improve our own teaching. This community is all about using video to improve Professional Development.
4 01/05/07