What goes around doesn’t always have to come around… (F - Year 9)

Summary

Whatever year you choose, you can usually find a country that is rethinking the maths curriculum. It may be as part of the regular planned reform which take place every so many years, like Japan. It may be because there is a dissatisfaction with international league table positions, or maybe because the political situation has changed, heralding a different educational philosophy or pedagogy. Designers borrow from countries they see as successful and to a large extent what goes around comes around.
At Cambridge we are trying something different. We are designing a tool which will allow policy makers, designers of curriculum, resources, assessment and PD to benefit from the maths education research that has been done over the past years, to embed the affordances of technology to expose students to ways of working that weren’t hitherto possible, and to explore making that content relevant to the 21st Century. Come and see what we’re up to!

Presenters
Lynne McClure

Session Code Session Date Session Start Session Finish Session Location Places Remaining
A-3 06/12/2018 09:00 am 10:00 am La Trobe University
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