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MathSpeak 2014 Annual Conference and Exhibition
Teaching Maths – Problem Solving
5th November 2014 at America Square Conference Centre London

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Why Now?

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‘With the demise of LA support in most boroughs and the fact that so much change is currently taking place in the mathematics arena there is a real need to bring the maths community together to really explain and discuss these changes and how best to manage this change.  What we don’t need is another boring, stuffy maths conference. What we need is a maths conference that will appeal to teachers and address their real day to day needs and pressures. Mathspeak is aiming to deliver exactly this, from policy change at a national level, to fantastic lesson plans and resources that will impact directly in the classroom. Mathspeak is designed with practicing teachers and leaders at the core of our thinking and because of this it is a must attend event’

Graham Smart, Conference Director

In the Mathematics arena we are seeing rapid changes in focus and support from National and Local government, the introduction of exciting new technology and growing expectations of stakeholders. This is leading to an urgent need to bring the mathematics teaching community together to really understand and discuss these changes and how best to manage them.  What we present at MathSpeak  is a mathematics conference that will appeal to teachers and address their real day to day needs and pressures, taking Maths out of it comfort zone, and providing a vibrant, relevant and challenging agenda. MathSpeak is designed with practicing teachers and leaders at the core of our thinking and because of this it is a must attend event in an ever changing landscape:

Continuing and growing government focus on Mathematics and Numeracy
Numbers of Mathematics teachers increasing, with a new, vibrant cohort of motivated staff looking to expand their skill base
A period of rapid changes to qualifications and curriculum
A changing marketplace in Maths teaching
The demands for more hours and more expertise from Maths teachers
No comparable event

 

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MathSpeak
MathSpeak - a series of annual national conferences inaugurated in London in Autumn 2013.

Goal:
To provide a forum for Mathematics teachers to share experience, see best practice and understand the latest developments in the teaching of mathematics primarily to the 14 to 19 cohort .

Audience:
Mathematics teachers working in schools, colleges and similar institutions, those managing them, and those directly supporting them among management in providers, awarding bodies, inspectorates, regulators, publishers, systems suppliers, trainers and recruiters.

 

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