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Visit mimio.dymo.com/bett4 to be among the first to know what we are premiering at stand C76BETT Update sponsored byCore Subjects in Primary Update on. MathsThe Joint Mathematical council of the uK comments:"On 20 January 2011 the Secretary of State for Education announced a review of the National Curriculum for both primary and secondary schools in England. As part of the growing evidence available to shape this and wider changes in mathematics education, Carol Vorderman presented her report 'A world-class mathematics education for all young people.' on 8 August 2011. The timescale for change involves the introduction of new programmes of study in mathematics for 2013 and one of the challenges in implementing the new national curriculum is in having the kind of support teachers need to implement this effectively. Structures such as the Primary and Secondary National Strategies have been removed.Mathematics subject associations continue to provide a support network of fellow professionals offering resources, publications, training and annual conferences directly related to the needs of teachers of mathematics and numeracy throughout their careers in schools, colleges and the wider community.It is worthwhile examining our use of the rich solutions provided by the latest hardware and software and ask as we view these, how our teaching and learning can be revisited to develop new and illuminating ways of questioning, visualising, engaging and recording. We also need to ask how they can help our students to understand, apply and practice new concepts. A real danger is to use new technology simply to teach in old ways. Held in balance with traditional resources video capture, GPS and the latest mathematics specialist software provide exciting new opportunities for effective change in teaching