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CfEM Live event recordings 

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You can now view recordings of the Centre for Excellence in Mathematics conferences held online this summer, when Action Research practitioners shared their work with the wider community. Themes include: augmented reality, mastery and GCSE resits.

In summer 2020, the Education and Training Foundation held four days of online conferences called #CfEMLive to share and celebrate the action research projects developed by the Centres involved in CfEM programme.

Delivered by touchconsulting Ltd, practitioners came together and formed a vibrant maths community to explore the journey the action research groups undertook and the thought-provoking, ethically derived findings and recommendations that they found.

The replays of the conferences and the shared resources can be viewed on the ETF website.

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