Putting Mathematics on the Right Track competition
Take part in our competition and you could be one of three lucky winners to win a free place at the “Putting Mathematics on the Right Track”conference in York on Friday 15th June 2012.
This is the third year of the conference which aims to provide teachers with a day that focuses on the constructive application of up to date interactive classroom resources. You will come away with a wealth of teaching and learning ideas and resources and have the opportunity to explore the implications of the new National Curriculum for Mathematics. This year there will also be a special Olympic theme running through the event.
The hands-on, interactive workshops are conducted by:
- Craig Barton (TES Maths Adviser, Advanced Skills Teacher and creator of www.mrbartonmaths.com)
- Steve Lomax (Strategic Lead for Gloucestershire LA, NCETM Associate and co-founder of www.kangaroomaths.com )
- Douglas Butler (organiser of the world famous TSM workshops and a lead author of Autograph)
- Alan Catley (highly experienced and respected trainer)
How to enter
To be in with a chance of winning a free place at the conference, simply share the most innovative maths resources that you have created. This could be anything from a lesson plan, an activity, a puzzle, a project, some group work, a rich task, a jigsaw, a mystery, a card sort, a game, a computer room lesson, an idea for how to approach a topic – whatever you like!
Taking part helps to grow resources to share with Maths teaching colleagues and peers from all around the world.
Let us know when you’ve uploaded your resource– leave a link in the comments box below or tweet @TESMaths
The closing date for entries is 16th April 2012. This competition is open to all TES members around the world.
Full terms and conditions are available here
Best of luck!
Promotion open to existing TES Members aged 18+. Normal exclusions apply. Promotion runs from 16 March – midnight on 16 April 2012. Please see terms and conditions for full details. Promoter: TES, 26 Red Lion Square, London. WC1R 4HQ