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Username : Sue_Madgwick
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Joined : 14 July 2009
Interests : I joined the NCETM in 2018 as Director for Professional Development Leadership. Prior to that I worked as a School Improvement Adviser in Devon and was able to teach on the Exeter PGCE mathematics course; co-ordinate the mathematics component of the Devon Secondary Teacher Training Group SCITT; and train as an Ofsted Inspector amongst other projects during this time.

Having started my career as a mathematics teacher and subsequently as a Head of Mathematics in an Exeter Secondary School, I am absolutely committed to understanding how children learn mathematics and the features of a high quality learning experience. I am interested in the way that working together in collaborative learning groups will allow teachers and educators to deepen their understanding of teaching and learning mathematics.
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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 22/06/12
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 05/02/10
Linked Pair Pilot Forum
The linked pair of GCSEs will encompass the requirements of the single qualification while ensuring a richer experience of mathematics, increased recognition of achievement and encouraging further study.
68 01/11/10
Towards Level 3 Mathematics: An ACME Discussion
The Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education (ACME) recently launched a paper designed to provoke discussion on the future of post-16 mathematics. This community aims to stimulate discussion on the paper and to collect your views on the proposals. ACME then intends to digest those views with the intention of producing a position statement in the spring 2010 on the issue of Level 3 mathematics.
15 10/11/09