This is one of the key themes showcased in our new Power of Maths Report, which details the steps needed to enhance Britain’s approach to maths education, and help inspire confidence and success among children.
The report draws upon the insights gathered at our inaugural Power of Maths Roundtable, which took place in late 2018. The roundtable saw leading practitioners and academics join school, business and third sector leaders to explore how we can collectively transform perceptions of maths, both inside and outside the classroom.
With the support of Roundtable host and TES editor, Ann Mroz, and speakers including maths teacher and comedian Kyle Evans; leading academic, Dr Natthapoj Vincent Trakulphadetkrai and maths practitioner, Danielle Ashley; delegates discussed everything from mastery, maths anxiety, promoting STEM careers - and lots more.
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