Cambridgeshire Maths Conference 2019
An inspiring and hands-on event for primary and secondary school teachers, featuring:
Mike Askew - Gareth Metcalfe - Craig Barton - Ems Lord - Ed Southall #MathsConf2019
The Cambridgeshire Maths Conference 2019 is brought to you by Cambridgeshire Local Authority, in partnership with OUP, The Kite Teaching School, Cambridge Maths Hub and NRICH Maths
The Cambridgeshire Maths Conference will take place on Friday 7th June 2019, 08:45 - 16:30 (lunch provided), at the Huntingdon Marriott Hotel, PE29 6FL.
Featuring workshops and talks by experts, including:
- Professor Mike Askew - internationally renowned speaker and author of Transforming Primary Mathematics
- Gareth Metcalfe (I See Maths) - author of 'I See Reasoning' and leading CPD provider
- Ed Southall - secondary school teacher, national speaker and CPD leader, author of 'Yes, But Why?' and 'Geometry Snacks'
- Craig Barton (mrbartonmaths.com) - secondary school teacher, national speaker, presenter of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast, author of 'How I Wish I'd Taught Maths' and co-founder of DiagnosticQuestions.com
- Ems Lord - Director of NRICH maths
- Further workshops to be confirmed
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