Speaker
Ayesha Craig (cropped)
Ayshea Craig

Ayshea is a lecturer in Primary Education at UCL Institute of Education where she teaches on the Primary PGCE and the Primary Specialist Mathematics PGCE.


A former primary school teacher, she has a passion for making mathematics more accessible and a strong belief that it’s a subject that everyone can enjoy, understand and achieve in.

 

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