A network for teachers of mathematics in all school phases committed to addressing issues of equity and social justice in the classroom
Read our blogs about previous TMSJN events: Introductory Event (June 2021); first reading group meeting (Nov 2021); writing group meeting (Jan 2022); second reading group meeting (April 2022); Sharing practice workshop (June 2022); third reading group meeting (Nov 2022)
Register your interest in the TMSJ Network and find out about future events and activities: https://forms.gle/sofuAwtA2PHex49m9
There will be a series of online editing group meetings (all 4.30-6.00pm) to discuss feedback from the trialling resources (see ‘Resources’ page) as follows: Tue 21st Feb (Community in the Classroom); Thu 23rd Feb (Empowering maths learners); Tue 28th Feb (Growth in earnings). Please email Pete if you are interested in attending.
Dates of other meetings, workshops and presentations in 2023 to be confirmed
Latest from the Blog
Contributors: Sandra Beckford-Henry, Jane Goodland, Hilary Povey, Helen Thouless The reading group is for those wishing to engage with research literature on TMSJ and discuss its relevance to practice. The third online reading group meeting took place 15th November 2022. We chose to discuss Hilary Povey and Gill Adams’ 2021 paper: Disordering mathematics, citizenship and…
The Sharing practice in teaching maths for social justice workshop took place on Saturday 25th June 2022 at UCL Institute of Education in London. The 19 participants were treated to four excellent presentations, which highlighted the extent to which social justice is as much about how you teach mathematics as much as it is about…
Contributors: Sandra Beckford-Henry, Ben Breen, Alison Ford, Gwen Ineson, Ines Makonga, Cristina Mio, Lisa Pollard, Suchi Srinivas The reading group is for those wishing to engage with research literature on TMSJ and discuss its relevance to practice. The second reading group meeting took place via Zoom on 27th April 2022 and was attended by 26…
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