Tuesday, November 08, 2011

Wednesday, November 02, 2011

11 - What I expect from our supported projects

In this short audio update Peter Rowlett speaks about a recent meeting of supported projects and what he told the projects about the aims, practicalities and expectations of the National HE STEM Programme.
The following links were mentioned in the recording:
HE STEM Evaluation guide: http://www.hestem.ac.uk/resources/guides-and-publications/national-he-stem-programme-evaluating-your-teaching-innovation
HE STEM Creative Commons workshops: http://www.hestem.ac.uk/news/creative-commons-events-scheduled

Tuesday, September 20, 2011

10 - Job advert: Research Assistant for Problem Solving Project (fixed)

Details of a job advertised by one of our funded projects for a Research Assistant. Closing date: 29 September 2011. Further details via: http://wp.me/p18Nxc-3w

Friday, July 29, 2011

9 - Job advert: Senior Research Associate on MU-MAP - Mapping University Mathematics Assessment Practices

Details of a job advertised by one of our funded projects for a Senior Research Associate. Closing date: 12 noon on 16 August 2011. Full details: www.uea.ac.uk/hr/jobs Ref: RA770.

Friday, May 13, 2011

8 - Some thoughts on the day of the funding call

There is an article on the website of Times Higher Education (THE) 'Maths teaching seeks the formula for good graduates', which is about the report of the HE Mathematics Curriculum Summit and on the day of the funding call deadline Peter Rowlett recorded some thoughts about this.

Wednesday, April 06, 2011

7 - Building on the Mayhematics Maths Cafe: supporting mathematics learning, Noel-Ann Bradshaw, University of Greenwich

Noel-Ann Bradshaw describes her project building on the initial success of the University of Greenwich Maths Cafe, offering maths support and mathematical thinking through puzzles and games.

Monday, January 17, 2011

6 - Some thoughts recorded the night before the Mathematics HE Summit, Peter Rowlett

On 12th January 2011 the Mathematical Sciences HE Curriculum Innovation Project convened a Mathematics HE Summit. This brought together representatives of 25 university mathematics departments, the IMA, RSS, OR Society, the Council for the Mathematical Sciences, The National HE STEM Programme, sigma and the MSOR Network to discuss some serious, high level questions about Mathematics HE. The night before the Summit, I recorded these thoughts.