Shell Centre for Mathematical Education Golden Jubilee Conference

Shell Centre for Mathematical Education Golden Jubilee Conference

Speakers: Lynne McClure, Director, Cambridge Mathematics
Date: 29 Sep 2017 Venue: Jubilee Conference Centre Triumph Road Nottingham NG8 1DH
Time: 09:00 - 16:00
Type: Conference Fee: Free

The University of Nottingham's Shell Centre for Mathematical Education, which was founded in 1967, has pioneered high-impact research and development. This focuses on the research-based design and development of materials and processes that help teachers teach better mathematics more effectively.

At the conference, delegates will look back on the Shell Centre's achievements which has been recently recognised by the International Commission for Mathematical Instruction with its first Emma Castelnuovo Award. It will also look forward and discuss the theme Impact-focused research - how can it become more effective?

Delegates will hear from Cambridge Mathematics Director, Lynne McClure who will deliver a presentation on Friday 29 September 2017 on To see ourselves as others see us.

More information about the conference and how to register can be found on the University of Nottingham's website.

Visit Cambridge Mathematics website to learn more about their research.

Related materials
We have recently published our research officer, Ellie Darlington and former colleague Jessica Bowyer's work on The Mathematics Needs for Higher Education which was featured in Mathematics Today Vol. 52. Visit the Insights section of our website to read more.

To learn more about the new A Level Mathematics and Further Mathematics specification from OCR our UK exam board, visit their website.

You can follow us on Twitter @Cam_Assessment.

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