Using AI to support mathematics teaching – affordances and limitations

Dearing Building Jubilee Campus
Wednesday 5th June 2024 (16:10-18:00)

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As part of our commitment to our partnership schools, the secondary mathematics PGCE team at the University of Nottingham have established a Maths Education Innovation Network. The network will bring together teachers, maths leads, ITE colleagues, and researchers to explore prevalent, relevant and practical issues related to the teaching and learning of mathematics in primary, secondary, and Post-16 settings. All maths colleagues are welcome to attend irrespective of whether or not they are currently working with University of Nottingham beginning teachers.

Each seminar will include an input on a prevalent teaching approach or issue, followed by opportunities for cross-phase collaboration to explore the implications of this approach / issue for classroom practice.

The topic for the next seminar will be using AI to support mathematics teaching – affordances and limitations.

During the seminar there will be an initial input from Lucy Rycroft-Smith and Darren Macy from Cambridge Mathematics exploring current research on the use of AI in mathematics teaching, followed by an opportunity to experiment practically using an AI platform.

Light refreshments will be available from 4.10pm. The seminar will run from 4.30-6pm

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University of Nottingham
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