With an increasing global demand on mathematical skills, how prepared are we in England to compete with international countries, particularly in relation to the teaching and learning of the...Continue reading
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Join the Mathematics Education SIG annual meeting to network with colleagues, learn about the activities of the SIG over the last year and plans for 2022. This meeting will be hosted on Zoom,...
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The aim of the Practitioner Research in Mathematics Education (PRiME) event is to provide a platform for teachers of mathematics in early years, primary, secondary, further education or higher...
This post explores the need for professional learning development to reduce teacher maths anxiety, and follows up on a recent blog post about reducing pupil maths anxiety. Worldwide demand for...Continue reading
Towards a more equitable and empowering mathematics curriculum: What if we made progressive pedagogies more visible?
The Covid-19 pandemic has added to growing concerns about how misleading statistics and media reports can influence the beliefs and behaviour of millions of people. The Organisation for Economic...Continue reading
Maths anxiety (MA) plays a role in educational disparities and the gender pay gap, yet it is not often addressed at the chalkface. Covid-induced school disruption may have made learning for...Continue reading
An alternative to SATs that will transform England’s testing & school accountability system in primary education & beyond
Little fish, big streams: Early in-class maths ‘ability’ groups, early teacher judgements & primary schoolchildren’s later maths self-concept
Maths self-concept is important, not only for children’s experiences within education but because it is strongly related to subject choice, attainment and adult careers (Hansen & Henderson,...Continue reading
Digital technology in education Keeping pace with innovation Research Intelligence issue 145 Just as practitioners are struggling to keep up with the onslaught of new technologies entering the...