Presentation on theme: "The National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics."— Presentation transcript:
The National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics
Our Mission To create excellence in the teaching of mathematics by improving the skills, effectiveness and aspirations of the mathematics teaching community to enable the mathematics needs and potential of all learners to be fully realised.
The National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics “ Working collaboratively to enhance mathematics teaching” Our aims: Improving the capability and capacity of the mathematics teaching workforce Providing coordination and leadership for the development of the mathematics teaching workforce Bringing coherence to the mathematics sector
Target audience All those involved in the teaching of mathematics in all phases and sectors Includes –all primary teachers (approx 225000) –all mathematics teachers in secondary schools(~29000) –all post compulsory sector teachers involved in mathematics and numeracy teaching (at least 300000). –Subject leaders and other managers with responsibility for mathematics teaching and learning –Teaching assistants and others involved in the support of mathematics teaching
Deep down inside, Mr Knott had always wanted to be a maths teacher
“It’s a great way of keeping in touch with the latest thinking and developments” “The NCETM portal provides a one-stop shop for teachers and leaders of mathematics” “Communities are an excellent way of finding out what others are doing as well as a good place to get advice on maths teaching ” “The resources are really useful too” “It can give you great comfort when you feel you are the only one with a certain problem and – hey presto, you find you are not!” I am enjoying using this portal, especially because when I need some inspiration to prepare sessions well, it helps me. “All in all, a very useful site”
Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education www.acme-uk.org Jane Imrie 07796 314162 email@example.com www.ncetm.org.uk