NANAMIC Annual Conference
took place on
Wednesday 14 July 2021 9.50am – 4.00pm
Professor Andy Noyes from the University of Nottingham
Mathematics in colleges: purpose, policy and practice
Andy joined the University of Nottingham in 2001, having previously taught mathematics in a Nottinghamshire secondary school for nine years. He was Head of the School of Education from 2014-18 and Associate Pro Vice Chancellor for Research and Knowledge Exchange (Social Science) from 2018-20.
Andy is a founding member of the Centre for Research in Mathematics Education and has a wide variety of research interests, largely focused on mathematics education and 14-19 learner participation, pathways and policy. His latest project is funded by the Nuffield Foundation: Mathematics in Further Education Colleges. In addition, Andy convenes a Royal Society working group on post-16 mathematics education and is Chair of the Joint Mathematical Council of the UK. A former and current member of the RS/Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education, Andy is involved in a range of consultancy and advisory work including to the qualifications regulator, Ofqual.
See the following pages for detail of the workshops
Members can access all the workshops free. Please request a link at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note: this is the only Maths subject association conference particularly for teachers in the FE and Skills sector!