Middlesex maths news

In a triple-header of maths-based news, Helen Farmery (Senior Lecturer in Primary and Early Years Education in Middlesex University’s Education Department) recently organised and spoke at the Association of Mathematics Education┬áTeachers (AMET) conference – the third such conference that she has organised (two of which have been held at Middlesex University, and the most recent held at Manchester University). A flyer from the conference can be downloaded below, and Helen can be contacted for more info.

Helen has also been made chair of the AMET, which means that she now sits on the Joint Mathematics Council and attends policy meetings with the NCTL.

And finally, Helen recently arranged for Middlesex to become a Strategic Partner for Central Maths Hubs – acting as a critical friend to their work.

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