Mathematics Teachers’ Conference 2024
About the event
Join us at the annual King’s Mathematics Teachers’ Conference for a day of exciting speakers and discussions on supporting and engaging pupils in the maths classroom and beyond. Due to the success of previous events, we are expanding the event to a full day for 2024.
This in-person event in central London is open to mathematics teachers from London and beyond, as well as graduate students interested in maths education. This is an opportunity to discuss teaching best-practice with peers from across London, and also learn from academic staff from the Mathematics department here at King's.
If the conference is over-subscribed, we will prioritise places to maths teachers at schools that meet the following criteria:
• State secondary school or college
• Non-selective secondary school, or sixth form college
• Higher proportion of students eligible for Free School Meals
Register now by completing this online form.
Deadline: Please complete the application form by Tuesday 30 April.
We will offer places by Monday 13 May, and you will have until Friday 31 May to confirm attendance. Any places not confirmed by this date will be offered to the waiting list.
Talks & Sessions
The full event is scheduled to run from 10:15 – 18:00. Delegates are however welcome to just attend the afternoon sessions from 14:00, and/or leave before the keynote talk at 16:30. Please just let us know when registering what parts of the day you can attend. Lunch and refreshments will be provided.
10:15 - Registration
10:30 - Welcome, housekeeping & Icebreakers
10:50 - Talk: Dr Natalie Evans
11:35 - Discussion: Dan Abramson, Professor of Practice
12:30 - Talk: Dr Lassina Dembélé
13:15 - Lunch
14:00 - Registration
14:10 - Talk: speaker TBC
14:55 - Discussion: Dr Asuka Kumon
15:50 - Networking and refreshments
16:30 - Keynote talk: Dr Katie Steckles
17:30 - Networking and optional exhibition visit
You are welcome also to just attend the keynote talk. This event is suitable for students as well as teachers; you can register for just the talk here.
Refreshments (tea, coffee and biscuits) will be provided during the event, and lunch will also be provided for teachers attending the full day. We are happy to cater for your dietary requirements – please indicate these on your registration form.
Sessions during the day will take place in a teaching room on the Strand Campus. The room is fully wheelchair accessible via lift, and there are accessible bathrooms in this building. The keynote talk will take place in the Edmond J Safra Lecture Theatre, on the ground floor of the King's Building. The theatre is fully wheelchair accessible, with designated spaces for wheelchair users. There are accessible bathrooms on this floor.
The nearest step-free underground station is Blackfriars, but a number of bus routes stop outside the Strand Campus.
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