We were delighted to join over 300 teachers and 40 guest speakers at the University of Oxford’s Mathematical Institute in June for researchED Maths and Science. researchED is an organization with aims that very much complement our own. We therefore jumped at the opportunity to join forces to host a conference that would help to bring the very best maths and science research closer to the classroom.
We filmed a number of the sessions on the day and have now created a researchED YouTube playlist. These edited 10-15min videos provide a summary of the key points from the presentations.
Many of the speakers have also supplied their presentation slides from the conference to help you share learning from the day back at school. You can download them here.
If you want to find out more about the day, this collection of blog posts and summaries from speakers and delegates provides an overview of many conference sessions:
Science classroom assessment by Andy Chandler-Grevatt
Evidence informed curriculum development by Mary Whitehouse
Exploring the research around maths anxiety by Kevin Silber
Mastery Myth #1: Mastery has a single definition by Helen Drury
researchED Maths and Science 2016 by Jemma Sherwood
researchED Maths and Science 2016 by Jo Morgan
researchED Maths and Science 2016 by Louise
researchED: the top 3 things I took from the day by Phil Bruce
Variations on a Theme by Ian Horsewell
Why don’t teachers use education research in teaching? By Paul MacLellan