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NANAMIC Conference 2014   

sessions held were - at both venues:

Keynote Speaker - Norma Honey, NCETM


> ESOL and Maths Learners
Explored examples of how mathematical conventions and language differ between countries and cultures with Jenny Stacey

> Resources on the National STEM Centre eLibrary
Steve Lyon took us on a journey through the National STEM Centre’s eLibrary, meeting some old favourites as well as a wealth of new maths resources and stopping off to try some resources yourself



In York Tuesday 1st July 2014, 10am - 4pm

> Infinite Arts
Making kites provided an interesting, challenging and productive way to learn and reinforce maths with Pauline Taylor


At City and Islington College, London Thursday 10th July 2014, 10am - 4pm

> GCSE re-sits – a different approach
We heard about trialling a different approach to GCSE re-sits with Sue Hough, Manchester Metropolitan University

> Engaging the post-16 disengaged learners
John Barton engages those who have struggled with mathematics, including young and more mature apprentices and those on more academic routes

> Using IT in the Classroom
We found out with Colleen Young about the many IT resources which can be used in the mathematics classroom as well as those to support students’ learning at home.