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


Here are a selection of resources that we have found useful for tutors supporting students in intial teacher education in primary and secondary mathematics.

Feedback from AMET webinar
AMET hosted its very first online webinar on July 6th 2020 with over 120 attendees! The document is a summary of the feedback from the webinar.
Feedback from AMET webinar.pdf
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Leaflet on Best Practice for Subject Knowledge Enhancement courses can be found here
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Developing mathematics-specific pedagogy in Initial Teacher Education
On 25 March 2017, The Joint Mathematical Council of the United Kingdom published recommendations on Developing mathematics-specific pedagogy in Initial Teacher Education. The proposed core standards for ITT (DfE, 2016) provide some additional information for providers of Initial Teacher Education regarding the content of programmes, but contain little about subject-specific pedagogy. We hope the JMC document will provide some welcome guidance for all those working with trainee mathematics teachers at primary and secondary level as to appropriate approaches to developing pedagogy for teaching mathematics. The document was developed initially at a JMC workshop and then developed further, with particular input from the committee of the Association of Mathematics Education Teachers. The furthe
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If you'd like to become a member, please use our contact form.

AMET Joining form.docx
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Feedback from AMET's first online webinar is on the Resources page

Details of the August webinar series are on the Conferences


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