About

The TMSJ Network

The TMSJ Network aims to share teaching ideas, resources, and practices amongst its members, and to provide mutual support and encouragement.

Activities of the TMSJN include the following:

  • Seminars and workshops with presentations and discussions.
  • Engaging with research literature on TMSJ and discussing its relevance to classroom practice.
  • Developing, sharing and disseminating teaching resources focused on TMSJ.
  • Fostering, supporting and disseminating collaborative research projects in schools.

Use this link to register your interest in the TMSJ Network and to find out about future events and activities*: https://forms.gle/sofuAwtA2PHex49m9

*Note that your data will be stored securely and in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). It will only be used to contact you in relation to the TMSJN, it will not be shared with other parties, and you can request at any point (by emailing pete.wright@ucl.ac.uk) for your details to be removed from the TMSJ database.

The Network is currently convened by Pete Wright (Associate Professor of Maths Education at UCL Institute of Education)

Pete has written extensively about his collaborative research with teachers on issues of social justice in the mathematics classroom. You can find out more about his work (including a recent book published by ATM) by following these links:

A short video based on Pete’s presentation at the TMSJN Introductory Event.

Download the accompanying PowerPoint presentation here.

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