Thanks to all of you who contributed your ideas and made the launch of the Cambridge Mathematics Framework such a success. Didn't make it? Watch the highlights video to get a taste of the day and catch-up with conference talks on this page.
In the opening session, Lynne McClure, Director of Cambridge Mathematics, set out the draft Framework, followed by Professor Margaret Brown who drew on her own and others' research in her response.
Professor Mike Askew, Adjunct Professor, Monash University, Australia and Professor Malcolm Swan, Director of CMRE, University of Nottingham debated the requirements for professional development on maths education.
Birgit Pepin, Professor of Mathematics Education, Eindhoven School of Education, Technical University of Eindhoven, The Netherlands and Dr Alison Clark-Wilson, Research Fellow, University College London, Institute of Education investigate the resources required to support the teaching and learning of mathematics, including the opportunities presented by technical developments.
Madame Toh Hoon Sin, Senior Assessment Specialist (Mathematics), Assessment Planning and Development Division, Singapore Examinations and Assessment Board and Will Hornby, Maths and Technical Subject Specialist, Oxford, Cambridge and RSA apply some blue-sky thinking to the future of the assessment of mathematics.
Cambridge Mathematics is a collaboration across four departments of the University of Cambridge. In the closing remarks we heard from the heads of each department and what the launch of Cambridge Mathematics means to their organisations.