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This FREE masters level course validated by Bishop Grossteste University includes a lesson study approach equating to a 30 credit module. The course is entirely funded by the DfE and is suitable for teachers who hold QTS.
This course provides an opportunity for non-specialist maths teachers and returning teachers to develop their subject knowledge to deliver good and outstanding maths lessons, addressing pupil misconceptions in the classroom.
Quotes from participants:
"I found all the sessions really useful in seeing and making links between representations, fluency and probing questions. My subject knowledge in Geometrical reasoning and Trigonometry has improved significantly. I felt this was an area of Maths I wasn't confident with but following the session I am able to attempt the questions in the workbook much more confidently. I love maths even more than before! " Iram Riaz Year 6 Teacher
"I found the maths course interesting and a refresher. It helped me develop some areas in Maths which I am not exposed to as working in a Reception class. I enjoyed the Algebra session the best."
Nusrat Javed- Reception Class teacher
"Learned about how to present/teach maths (importance of representations - no matter the age) as well as increasing my understanding of the subject.
It was not only informative, but enjoyable - and I am not alone in thinking that!"
Hassan Mohammed - Maths specialist teacher
"I loved those Maths sessions. It was a challenge but I really enjoyed them."
Muhammad Amer Khan - Yr 3 teacher
What does the course consist of?
The blended course consists of: For more information on the course please click here: Flyer
Who should do it?
* Please note that teaching assistants without a degree can also take the course but will not complete the masters credits element of the course.
Why do it?
This course will be run nationally led by AET maths specialists and specialist leaders of education in:
To ensure minimum impact of schools, the blended programme is delivered as four twilight sessions and ensures high quality teachers of maths. The course is structured in four sections:
A series of four 2 hour twilight sessions, aiming to support understanding of maths and increasing abilities to justify and reason. This will support teachers in achieving mastery and will guide them on supporting pupils to achieve mastery. This approach will incorporate:
2. Online subject knowledge development
An online learning module covering key topics will be completed by course participants. This will be directed study time which will be conducted online with immediate feedback provided.
Online content includes lectures, reading and questions with an expectation that work will be done between and after the twilight sessions. With a directed input time of approximately 60 hours, this module will ensure that the depth of knowledge in the direct tuition sessions is complimented with a breadth of topics.
3. Lesson Study
Requires teachers to review and reflect on lesson observations within a lesson study format. This section awards 30 masters credits assessed through a 5000 word written reflection. Teachers will consider links between subject knowledge development, observations (both being observed and being the observer) and subsequent conversations to influence future practice.
4. AET maths Toolkit
You will provided with an online maths toolkit which will provide continuous post course support in the areas of:
For further details please contact:
Jane Butler, Deputy Director, AET Teaching School Alliance via email: email@example.com or Tel: 07709 798 139.
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