What’s the point? Bringing the real world into maths lessons with STEM Ambassadors

Friday 9th of April 2021 - Live Webinar

Part of the Easter Online Jamboree 2021

About The Event

Maths is a really versatile subject and the knowledge and skills that we learn at school remain useful throughout our careers, no matter what field we work in. In this session we will explore how maths is used in many different careers and talk to STEM Ambassadors who use maths every day in diverse jobs. You will learn how to enrich your teaching with real-world examples whilst inspiring your pupils with ideas for satisfying careers that they may have never encountered before.

This event will be held between 10:00 - 11:30 (BST) on Friday the 9th of April 2021.

About the Speaker

Tamasin Greenough GrahamTamasin Greenough Graham manages the North Yorkshire STEM Ambassador Hub, run by the National Railway Museum and part of the nationwide STEM Ambassador programme. With a background in physics, her career has involved raising the profile of maths within STEM outreach in business, universities and museums.

You can find The STEM Ambassador Hub on Twitter as @STEMteamHUB_TP, and the Railway Museum as @RailwayMuseum


This webinar is for 2020/21 Scholars and Alumni only. Online bookings closes at 23:59 on Wednesday the 31st of March 2021.

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