Lynne McClure, Director, Cambridge Mathematics
Elizabeth Carter, Marketing Director, Cambridge University Press
Alison Clark-Wilson, Principal Research Fellow at the UCL Knowledge Lab, UCL Institute of Education, University College London
Tony Gardiner, Research Mathematician
Professor Merrilyn Goos, Professor of STEM Education and Director of EPI*STEM at the National Centre for STEM Education at the University of Limerick
Jane Jones, former Inspector and National Lead for Mathematics, Ofsted
Simon Lebus, Group Chief Executive, Cambridge Assessment
Professor Andrew Noyes, Head of the School of Education, University of Nottingham
Geoff Wake, Professor of Mathematics Education and convener of the Centre for Research in Mathematics Education, University of Nottingham
||21 Mar 2018
10 Carlton House Terrace
This roundtable event will bring together key members of the international mathematics education community, to provide an update on the work of Cambridge Mathematics and offer discussion topics which are intended to inspire debate, stimulated by short, focused keynotes.
The event marks three years since Cambridge Mathematics and its manifesto were launched in 2015 by Director Lynne McClure, where she set out the commitment to championing and securing a world class mathematics education for all students from 3 – 19 years old, applicable to both national and international contexts and research based evidence and practice. Cambridge Mathematics is a collaborative enterprise comprising of four education and mathematics partner organisations : Cambridge Assessment, Cambridge University Press and the University of Cambridge faculties of Mathematics and Education.
During the Symposium we will hear differing views on key issues facing maths curriculum development and be joined live via video conference by maths experts from international locations including Mauritius and Austria.
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The keynote presentations and debates will be streamed live from 09:00 GMT via the Cambridge Mathematics Twitter and YouTube channels, where you can also provide your own comments. We will be keeping an eye on social media channels and comments will be shared with delegates in the room.