Vision

The Vision project aims to set out a vision for how the UK can develop an inspiring and high performing science and mathematics education system over the next 15—20 years.

The Committee has commissioned a number of researchers to review the current landscape across a number of key areas which influence or are integral to education and young people. They will report back to the Vision Committee in the autumn of 2013.

These areas are:

  • Leadership and workforce issues within UK Science and Mathematics Education
    Professor Andrew Tolmie, Institute of Education, London, UK
  • The science and mathematics teaching workforce
    Professor Alan Smithers and Dr Pamela Robinson, University of Buckingham, UK
  • The impact of digital technologies on STEM education
    Professor Diana Laurillard, Institute of Education, London, UK
  • The application of psychology and neuroscience to teaching and learning
    Dr Paul Howard-Jones and Dr Tim Jay, University of Bristol and Jo Evershed, Cauldron  Science, UK
  • Curriculum, assessment, inter-disciplinarity and the integration of STEM subjects
    Professor Julian Williams and Dr Andy Howes, University of Manchester, UK
  • The benefit of STEM skills to individuals and society (including the economy)
    Professor Ian Walker, University of Lancaster and Dr Yu Zhu, University of Kent, UK
  • Student attitudes, engagement and participation in STEM subjects
    Professor Judith Bennett, University of York, UK
  • Accountability and the meaning of ‘success’ in education systems
    Professor Anthony Kelly and Professor David Reynolds, University of Southampton, UK

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Vision for science and mathematics education

Regional teacher workshops
held in June 2013

Future of science workshop
held in June 2013

Accountability workshop 
held in May 2013

Research programme
commissioned April 2013

Online discussion forum
opened May 2013

Workshop at The Big Bang Fair
held in March 2013

Project detailsCommittee and call for views
announced in 2012