Collins is hosting an online GCSE Maths Festival – the first of its kind – on 24th and 25th March to celebrate the launch of its new book series for the new curriculum.
You can attend a webinar about the upcoming changes; join a Twitter chat to discuss GCSE Maths with other teachers; get burning questions answered in a maths amnesty; and read a new blog post every day!
Find the full line-up below and visit http://www.collins.co.uk/page/mathsfest15 to sign up (it’s free)!
Tweet Collins @FreedomtoTeach throughout the festival using #MathsFest15.
DAY 1 (24th March)
11:45am: The festival kicks off with a blog post on problem solving, suggesting ways to help students think differently and how they can learn to evaluate their answers critically.
4-4:30pm: Maths Amnesty! In the build up to the festival, submit your burning questions about maths, and at 4pm our expert will answer them!
7:30-8pm: Join us for a Twitter chat using #MathsFest2015.
DAY 2 (25th March)
12:15pm: Blog post released with all the answers to yesterday’s Maths Amnesty, in case you missed the live video.
4-4:30pm: Live webinar hosted by our maths expert, to discuss what the new curriculum means for teachers and the challenges they will face.
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