The Royal Society Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education invites you to attend its 2018 conference on Tuesday 17 July.
The conference, Working together: Mathematics education in a changing landscape, will provide an opportunity to discuss current and emerging areas of mathematics education policy.
Conference delegates will discuss how different communities can work together to:
- facilitate progression in mathematics from early years to primary;
- enhance professional learner journeys for teachers of mathematics;
- strengthen post-16 mathematics pathways;
- develop data science within mathematics; and
- signal the value of mathematics across all phases of education.
This conference will appeal to policy makers, researchers, teachers, employers, funders, professional associations and others.
- The Rt Hon Elizabeth Truss MP, Chief Secretary to the Treasury
- Paul Kett, Director General for Education Standards, DfE
Panel Discussion: Signalling the value of mathematics: Making informed choices at all stages
- Dame Jil Matheson DCB (Chair)
- Professor Louise Archer, Professor of Sociology of Education, University College London
- Mr Josh Hillman, Director of Education, Nuffield Foundation
- Professor Mark Smith, Vice-Chancellor, Lancaster University
- Ms Amanda Spielman, Chief Inspector, Ofsted
There will be workshop sessions on the following topics:
- Progression in mathematics from early years to primary
- Professional learner journeys for secondary teachers of mathematics
- Post-16 mathematics pathways for all: Challenges and Opportunities
- Rising to the data science challenges within new A-level Mathematics