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On this page we will bring you the latest news and events related to maths. The Foundation will be organising regular workshops on improving maths delivery in a variety of contexts.

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Posted by Sam Fitzgerald
Thu, 01/10/2019
As part of the Thames Valley Professional Exchange Network, this Maths seminar gives you the opportunity to share ideas with colleagues and discover new teaching approaches to try out in your own practice. The network is owned and run by its members, and we are setting up a series of group meetings throughout the year so you can explore new teaching approaches together. Please keep your eyes peeled for future events and we encourage you to get in contact with Joe Mcloughlin at Creative...
Posted by Ed Smith
Tue, 01/08/2019
FE Colleges constantly strive to drive improvements in the quality of their provision and with the introduction of the new Education Inspection Framework (EIF) in 2019 there is a lot to review and work on for Quality staff. AoC and ETF have developed an event to help support Quality professionals in colleges to think of innovative approaches to quality management and to discuss how they will need to prepare for the new EIF. Delegates will have a chance to hear from other colleges, expert...
Posted by Ed Smith
Tue, 01/08/2019
Following the move to linear A Levels this joint AoC and ETF conference will focus on successful teaching and learning at A Level. This practical one day event will give you the opportunity to hear from a range of expert speakers and practitioners who will present strategies and techniques that you can take back to your college to improve the teaching, learning and assessment on A Level programmes. The conference will explore a range of topics including: What the data shows about the impact of...
Posted by Ed Smith
Tue, 01/08/2019
Bett is the first industry show of the year in the education technology landscape, bringing together 850 leading companies, 103 exciting new EdTech start ups and over 34,700 attendees (131 countries represented) from the global education community, that come together to celebrate, find inspiration and discuss the future of education, as well as the role technology and innovation plays in enabling all educators and learners to thrive. With a focus on School Efficiency, the Education Show is...
Posted by Sam Fitzgerald
Mon, 01/07/2019
As part of the Thames Valley Professional Exchange Network, this Developing Effective ESOL Practice seminar gives you the opportunity to share ideas with colleagues and discover new approaches to try out in your own teaching. One of a series of meetings lined up for the New Year, this ESOL session can serve as an introduction to a professional network that offers support and the exchange of ideas on subjects including, improving English and Maths practice, delivering effective feedback,...
Posted by Sam Fitzgerald
Wed, 01/02/2019
The first National Education Union conference will be held in Liverpool from 15-18 April. For the 2019 conference, delegates will be elected by their current ATL district or NUT association. Members wishing to attend conference as delegates should speak to their local districts/associations. The deadline for members to be elected as conference members is 31 December 2018. For more information click here: https://neu.org.uk/neu-conference-2019 The post NEU Annual Congress (Liverpool) appeared...
Posted by Sam Fitzgerald
Thu, 12/13/2018
The Association for Science Education (ASE) has put together a special offer for FE Science and STEM teachers to attend its ASE Annual Conference 2019. For only £99, FE staff can get one year’s ASE membership plus one free day at the ASE Annual Conference 2019 (usual price is £237). The conference, which will be held at the University of Birmingham, includes a dedicated day for FE and Skills on Friday 10 January 2018 Whether you are teaching science diplomas or A Levels, or supporting the...
Posted by Sam Fitzgerald
Wed, 11/21/2018
As part of the Thames Valley Professional Exchange Network, this Maths seminar gives you the opportunity to share ideas with colleagues and discover new teaching approaches to try out in your own practice. The network is owned and run by its members, and we are setting up a series of group meetings throughout the year so you can explore new teaching approaches together. Please keep your eyes peeled for future events and we encourage you to get in contact with Joe Mcloughlin at Creative...
Posted by Sam Fitzgerald
Wed, 11/21/2018
As part of the Thames Valley Professional Exchange Network, this Digital seminar gives you the opportunity to share ideas with colleagues and discover new teaching approaches to try out in your own practice. The network is owned and run by its members, and we are setting up a series of group meetings throughout the year so you can explore new teaching approaches together. Please keep your eyes peeled for future events and we encourage you to get in contact with Joe Mcloughlin at Creative...
Posted by Sam Fitzgerald
Wed, 11/21/2018
As part of the Thames Valley Professional Exchange Network, this English seminar gives you the opportunity to share ideas with colleagues and discover new teaching approaches to try out in your own practice. The network is owned and run by its members, and we are setting up a series of group meetings throughout the year so you can explore new teaching approaches together. Please keep your eyes peeled for future events and we encourage you to get in contact with Joe Mcloughlin at Creative...

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