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


AMET runs a range of events, including joint conferences with NAMA and online webinars. Details of future events will be posted here.

Webinar ideas??

Since our first webinar in July 2020, we have gone on to run a series of these. They have generally been quite popular, giving colleagues some quick CPD and a chance to connect with others (virtually). Following the popularity of Paul Ernst's webinar in January 2021, this academic year we have run a series of webinars on social justice in mathematics education. This series is now coming to an end and we are interested in hearing your ideas for future webinars. Please get in touch!

Maths social justice Jamboard

During her webinar Balbir Kaur set up a Jamboard for us to share ideas about social justice and decolonising the mathematics curriculum in ITE. Please continue to contribute your ideas.

Thank you to all who joined our vitual conference in March. Remember that the recordings are still available on the conference website for those who attended.



AMET at ATM 2021

Rosa Archer and Sally Bamber presented about Mastery in Mathematics Education at the 2021 ATM Conference. Their presentation is available here.

ATM 2021.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [20.0 MB]

Remember people who attended the conference can still access all the session videos through the conference website.

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]


Upcoming webinars

Wednesday 13th July 4 - 5 p.m. we will be sharing practice and positive Ofsted experiences. If you would like to contribute please contact us.

IIf there are any speakers or topics you would like featured in future webinars please let us know! 


Maths is More

AMET is supporting the group Maths is More in a series of webinars for teachers. The final one, So what's next? will be held on Wednesday 18th May, 4 - 5:15.




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