Registration is open for our 30th Adults Learning Mathematics conference, which will be held at the University of Limerick in Ireland, July 3rd- 5th, 2023. This promises to be an exciting event with a great programme of keynote speakers, workshops and research presentations. If you are intending to join us in Limerick, please make sure you register for the conference as soon as possible. You can check the conference fees and register for the conference on the ALM 30 webpage.
Please remember to keep checking the conference website where information will be updated regularly.
The main theme for the conference is Numeracy Theory and Practice in a Changing World, which reflects the need to consider the changing numeracy and mathematics demands on adults resulting from recent developments in different aspects of our lives. We are delighted to have a great line-up of keynote speakers who will cover a range of different issues related to the theme, including:
- Why adult numeracy matters for active citizenship (Professor Merrilyn Goos)
- ‘Travelling a Rocky Road’ – Insights into the impact of mathematics anxiety on adults’ mathematics journeys and how this can inform practice (Dr Maria Ryan)
- Adult Numeracy in a Digital World: Challenges and Opportunities (Ms Colleen Dube)
A full programme will be available on the website before the conference.
Deadline for registration: June 30th 2023
For more information see: https://alm-online.net/alm30_conference/