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Textbooks and Curriculum Resources in Primary Mathematics – dissemination event

Dr Rachel Marks, Dr Nancy Barclay and Dr Alison Barnes from the University of Brighton’s School of Education are hosting an online event next month. The Textbooks and Curriculum Resources in Primary Mathematics, a event will present key findings and recommendations from the Nuffield-funded project: The Prevalence and Use of Textbooks and Curriculum Resources in Primary Mathematics.

Tuesday 6 June
4pm to 5.30pm

Book your place for this online event

The research project examined the different curriculum resources – including textbooks – that primary schools and teachers in England used to structure and teach primary mathematics. It aimed to understand how schools and teachers choose what to use and, once a decision is made, how these different resources are used. The project also aimed to understand how factors, such as funding availability (including the Department for Education funding-initiative to support the purchase of approved textbook schemes) and school demographics impact decision-making.

This event will be of interest to anyone involved in funding, developing, selecting, or using, any and all curriculum resources – from physical textbooks to online platforms – in primary mathematics in England. The presentation will highlight the key findings of the project and from these draw out calls to action for stakeholders from policy-makers to publishers to practitioners.

If you have any questions regarding registration, please email: Southcoastevents@brighton.ac.uk

Kerry Burnett • May 16, 2023


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