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

Resources

Here are a selection of resources, including notes from our webinars.

Student review of Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers
This is the winning entry from the NASBTT/AMET review competition.
NASBTT review Chris Bacon.docx
Microsoft Word document [503.8 KB]
Student review of Primary Mathematics: Understanding Classroom tasks
This is the runner-up in the NASBTT/AMET review competition.
Primary Mathematics Understanding Classr[...]
Microsoft Word document [12.7 KB]
Researching the identities of specialist mathematics teachers in England through graphical and narrative interview approaches
Presented at the AMET research webinar on 7th July 2021 by Dr Nasreen Majid, Associate Professor of Primary Mathematics Education at the University of Reading
Nasreen Majid AMET presentation.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [1.6 MB]
Early career primary teachers’ perceptions of the influences on their teaching of mathematics
Presented at the AMET research webinar on 7th July 2021 by Dr Alison Godfrey from the Primary PGCE team at the University of Leicester
Alison Godfrey AMET presentation July 20[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [981.2 KB]
Anti racist and decolonial practice in education
Presented at the AMET research webinar on 7th July 2021 by Manjinder K. Jagdev, Senior Lecturer in Education at York St. John University
Manjinder Jagdev Anti-racist and decolon[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [972.2 KB]
Paul Ernest webinar: The ethics of mathematics and its uses in education and society
The Powerpoint from the webinar on 24th February 2021
Ethics of Mathematics and its uses in Ed[...]
Microsoft Power Point presentation [1.7 MB]
August webinar series 3: How can we deliver an ITE curriculum remotely?
Notes from this webinar are attached
webinar 18.8.20 notes.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [122.1 KB]
August webinar series 2: How can we teach trainee teachers to be confident in remote instruction?
Notes from this webinar are attached
notes on 120820 webinar.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [86.4 KB]
August webinar series 1: How to simulate practical experience
Notes from this webinar are attached
Notes on 060820 webinar.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [105.0 KB]
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
Adobe Acrobat document [140.9 KB]
Leaflet on Best Practice for Subject Knowledge Enhancement courses can be found here
SKE+best+practice+AMET.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [132.8 KB]
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
JMC_Developing_Mathematics_Pedagogy_2017[...]
Adobe Acrobat document [279.8 KB]

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AMET Joining Form
AMET Joining form 2021.docx
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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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