Teacher Events


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CPD for Non-Specialist/Returning Teachers of Maths and Physics 2017/18


PhysMaths Conference

Inspired by the Teacher Subject Specialist Training (TSST), Exeter Mathematics School is delighted to present PhysMaths: a one day conference for non-specialist teachers of Mathematics and Physics from across the South West.

Delegates will take part in maths or physics workshops, according to preference, have time to mingle and share experiences and enjoy talks from key-note speakers.

Save the date for our 2018 PhysMaths Conference: Wednesday, 11th July!


Mathematics Teachers’ Network

The Further Mathematics Support Programme (FMSP) is sponsoring a KS4/5 mathematics teachers’ network.  Meetings take place once a term,  providing an opportunity for networking and professional development.

If there are specific topics that you would like to consider at these sessions, please contact Sophie: events@exeterms.ac.uk 

Teachers’ Network Meeting 14 – Tuesday, 6th March 2018

To book a place at this meeting, please use the following Eventbrite link:

Eventbrite - Mathematics Teachers' Network Meeting 14

 

 


IOP Network Meetings

In association with the Institute of Physics, Exeter Mathematics School are inviting teachers and technicians to attend a series of five Stimulating Physics Network meetings. The twilight meetings are free to attend and will provide CPD updates in practical and theoretical physics for KS3-5, information sharing and network opportunities. Tea, coffee and biscuits will be provided!

To book a place at the next meeting on Tuesday, 6th February 2018, please use the following TalkPhysics link:

 

 

 


MA/ATM

Exeter Mathematics Schoool hosts MA/ATM meetings, approximately one per term for teachers and maths professionals.  The purpose of the sessions is to share ideas and best practice.  Meetings are held in the evenings and are free of charge.  If you would like more information, please contact Richard Perring: richardperring74@gmail.com

Meeting 2 – Thursday, 22nd February 2018, Adventures in Shape & Space

 

 

 


Flying Start Physics – For NQTs and RQTs

In association with the Institute of Physics, Exeter Mathematics School are inviting Newly Qualified Teachers and Recently Qualified Teachers to attend a two-part CPD course.

Day 1 – Tuesday, 5th December 2017 (10.00am-3.00pm)

Day 2 – Monday, 8th January, 2018 (10.00am -3.00pm)

The course is free to attend and will provide expertise in practical and theoretical physics for KS3-5, information sharing, and networking opportunities. Lunch and light refreshments will be provided.

To book a place on this two-part course, please use the following TalkPhysics link:

If you have any questions, please contact: events@exeterms.ac.uk


Creating a Culture of Challenge

Please see the below flyer for details of a one-day workshop in March 2018 delivered by Exeter Mathematics School staff, in association with the West Country Teaching Schools Alliance. To book a place, please contact admin@wctsa.org

 


Turbocharge your statistics lessons using R

If you’re a teacher seeking to make effective use of real data in the classroom, R might be the solution you’ve been looking for! Contact: events@exeterms.ac.uk for further information on upcoming events.


Isaac Physics CPD Day

Delivered in association with Isaac Physics, these workshops will support teachers to develop mathematical problem-solving in a physics context. It will also help teachers prepare students for physics, engineering and maths courses at university.


Further Mathematics Support Program CPD

The Further Mathematics Support Programme (FMSP) is a government-funded initiative supported by the Department for Education and managed by MEI. The FMSP supports schools and colleges at Key Stage 4 and post-16 level to increase teacher expertise and student participation in AS/A level Mathematics and Further Mathematics.

Exeter Mathematics regularly host events for the FMSP – to find information about events in your area please visit the relevant regional page.