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Jul
09

Nuffield Maths Showcase

By Nuffield Foundation

Project overview


The Nuffield Foundation is convening an event to showcase and explore the findings from some of the key maths and numeracy projects that the Foundation has funded over recent years. This showcase will include presentations from six Nuffield-funded studies that have been investigating maths and numeracy in the early years and primary phases of education.

Chaired by Lynne McClure, Director of Cambridge Maths, this event will provide an important opportunity to consider how the findings of the six Nuffield-funded studies fit within the wider context and identify areas for further research that would help practitioners and policy makers support the development of numeracy.

Presentations


This event aims to highlight the key findings of these research projects, explore possible linkages between them and to consider the implications of these findings for policy and practice. Presentations will be followed by a panel discussion.

Speakers


  • Lynne McClure
    Chair
    Cambridge Maths
  • Amy Clark
    Education Endowment Foundation
  • Jeremy Hodgen
    UCL Institute of Education
  • Nicol Winfield
    Derby Research School
  • Rob Coe
    Evidence Based Education
  • Location
  • Nuffield Foundation
  • 28 Bedford Square
  • England
  • WC1B 3JS
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We improve people’s lives by funding research that informs social policy, primarily in EducationWelfare and Justice. We also fund student programmes that give young people skills and confidence in science and research.

We offer our grant-holders the freedom to frame questions and enable new thinking. Our research must stand up to rigorous academic scrutiny, but we understand that to be successful in effecting change, it also needs to be relevant to people’s experience.

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