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18 SepT 2015 - constructing a progression

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Last Friday we held our first Cambridge Mathematics UK Advisory Group meeting in Cambridge. The UK Advisory Group will be one of five such groups, each based in a different part of the world, reflecting the international nature of Cambridge Mathematics. The delegates represented a wide range of backgrounds, from primary to university maths, from academic to vocational, from curriculum designers to teachers, including experts in the latest technology, as well as 'maths for life'. The agenda included an update on what is happening in maths education in the UK and was followed by substantive discussions on question four and question five of the Cambridge Mathematics Framework consultation. The group will meet twice a year.

Next week the team are off to the ISDDE Conference in Colorado where we will be working with international colleagues on curriculum and professional development design, and hearing what thinking is going on in other countries. I’ll look forward to reporting back!

Best wishes

Question 7 - constructing a progression

Where is the starting point for the Framework? From content, tasks or problem sets?

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