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(15 May 2013, 03:23)
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Bene’t Steinberg, Group Director – Public Affairs, Cambridge Assessment, introduces event 'It doesn't add up: what's wrong with maths?'
Event' What is wrong with maths?'
(15 May 2013, 61:26)
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Panel debate on 'Numeracy, arithmetic, maths – what age and at what stage?' featuring: Lynne McClure, Project Director – NRICH; Lynn Churchman, Trustee – National Numeracy; Jennie Golding, deputy chair – Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education (ACME); and Tim Oates, Group Director of Assessment Research and Development – Cambridge Assessment.
Numeracy, arithmetic, maths – what age and at what stage?
(15 May 2013, 45:05)
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Panel debate on 'Making maths relevant' with: Charlie Stripp, Chief Executive – MEI and Director – National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics; Mark McCourt, Chairman – Teacher Development Trust, CEO – Beluga Learning; Janet De Wilde, Head of STEM – The Higher Education Academy.
Making maths relevant
(15 May 2013, 41:20)
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Chaired by Dr Christine Binns, Mathematics Mastery Curriculum Development Lead, ARK Schools, a viewpoint debate on whether technology is changing maths for the better featuring Conrad Wolfram, Founder – Computerbasedmath.org, and European CEO – Wolfram, and Tony Gardiner, British mathematician.
Viewpoints from Conrad Wolfram and Tony Gardiner
(15 May 2013, 01:03)
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Bene’t Steinberg, Group Director – Public Affairs, Cambridge Assessment, closes event 'It doesn't add up: what's wrong with maths?'
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