The T-Time (Technology for Teachers in Mathematics Education) Group

Good Mathematics Teaching Conference

"One that went well."


Next Year's Event: Saturday 30 June 2001
Sheffield Hallam University, The Adsetts Centre, City Campus, 9.30 - 4.30

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This Year's Event: Saturday 24 June 2000
Sheffield Hallam University, The Adsetts Centre, City Campus, 9.30 - 4.30

This conference has now taken place; here are some of the comments sent in by those attending:

"It was a treat to hear real practitioners show their work. Thank you for all the organising"

"The Maths scene really is very refreshing in Sheffield, a real inspiration to my teaching despite the restrictions inherent in the NC. I was very interested in the section that you presented at the end of the conference with Neil Challis regarding the data capture and subsequent modeling of video clips. Thanks again and I look forward to hearing from you in the near future."

"Thanks for inviting me."

"I could do with 2 a year! Thank you for the most useful course I've done in my career."

"Thanks for your assistance during my presentation and for the informal nature of the day."

"Useful insights into secondary teachings - and views held by some secondary teachers."

"A brilliant idea and I hope it takes off. The content was tending all to be rather early pre GCSE - very basic. A few A-level ideas and challenges would be useful."

"Do it again. Please send details of Pop Maths Quiz."

"If I'd known the facilities that would be available I could have used Powerpoint!"

"I expected to see the sort of thing we're sent through the post to persuade us to buy text books and hear views on this."

"1. Very enjoyable; it was easier to speak to fellow mathematicians than I thought it was going to be. 2.You might like to tray a particular theme in future say Algebra, ? a shape and space etc"

"A fantastic day!!"

"Thank you.!"

"More detailed directions to venue, ie mention Adsetts Centre on information. An excellent conference with terrific ideas."

"Well done."

"Many thanks - I've been inspired!"

"Very useful and enjoyable. Thank you!"


For more information contact Dr. Dick Pitt Faculty of Arts, Computing, Engineering and Sciences Sheffield Hallam University, Howard St, SHEFFIELD S1 1WB

You can also phone 0114 225 3935 or e-mail dick@popmaths.co.uk