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CfEM Live 2022

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CfEM Live 2022

The Centres for Excellence in Maths (CfEM) 2022 Live Conference will take place online across three full-day sessions on Friday 24 June, Wednesday 29 June and Friday 1 July.

About CfEM Live 2022

The event showcases the latest action research findings from colleagues involved in maths delivery across Further Education. This year’s event will be of particular interest to practitioners who teach, support and lead level 2 maths.

Speakers will include numerous practitioners who have recently completed their most recent cycles of action research reflecting on what has worked well. Attendees will also have the chance to participate in workshops and small group discussions and to connect with like-minded peers.

The schedule, themes and booking links are as follows:

  • Friday 24 June (9.45am–3.15pm)
    Teaching for Mastery: enabling students to develop fluency and understanding of key ideas and mathematical structure. Booking
  • Wednesday 29 June (9.45am–3.15pm)
    Mathematical Resilience: helping learners overcome negative attitudes and the various ways in which teams and organisations have developed a culture in which everyone believes everyone can achieve. Booking
  • Friday 1 July (9.45am–3.15pm)
    Responsive Teaching: helping teachers value and build on students’ prior learning and address individual needs. Booking

The CfEM Live 2022 Conference is free of charge.

Find out more about the CfEM teacher development groups

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