The Association of Mathematics Education Teachers
The Association of Mathematics Education Teachers

Join AMET - the voice for mathematics education teachers

Do you work in pre- or in-service teacher education? Does your interest lie with mathematics? If you would like the opportunity to share your practice and learn what others are doing then join us. 

 

AMET provides a community where members can network, share ideas and discuss issues, particularly in the context of new government and inspection initiatives. AMET run a series of webinars and an annual conference. Members receive email updates informing them of developments in the mathematics education world. Through AMET, members’ voices can be heard in national forums, such as the Joint Mathematics Council (JMC) and the All Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) for the Teaching Profession.  

 

We are the voice for mathematics teacher education in the UK. Your joining us will increase our strength as representatives of the majority of those working in mathematics teacher education.

Responding to Ofsted

AMET received a response to Ofsted's response from Terry Pearson, an independent researcher. It goes through their response to AMET and comes to the conclusion that our critique was valid. He has sent this to Ofsted. A copy is on our Correspondence page. 

NASBTT/AMET Review competition

Congratulations to Chris Bacon for the winning review for the NASBTT/AMET maths resource review competition.

Winning review
A review of Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers
NASBTT review Chris Bacon.docx
Microsoft Word document [503.8 KB]

Want to join us?

If you'd like to become a member, please use our contact form.

AMET Joining Form
AMET Joining form 2021.docx
Microsoft Word document [43.1 KB]

News

Upcoming webinars

Our next webinar will be on 7th October with Heather Smith talking about Race & Racism in ITE. Future webinars will focus on Social Justice in mathematics education; Rethinking education; and another set of research presentations.

NASBTT/AMET

Review competition

Congratulations to Chris Bacon for winning the competition. Second place went to Declan Feeney. Thank you to all who engaged with the competition.

 

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