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Post-16 Work Groups

 

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NCP23-20 - Supporting Low Attainers to Achieve a L2 Qualification in Mathematics Work Groups

 

Start date: September 2023

Work Groups will explore ways of teaching key content to GCSE resit students. Participants will collaborate and experiment, deepening their knowledge and understanding of the curriculum demands of, and pedagogical approaches to, GCSE Maths. Participants’ departments will also benefit through shared good practice, making more confident use of approaches such as bar modelling, multiplicative reasoning, realistic contextualisation or teaching for mastery

 

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NCP23-22 - Specialist Knowledge for Teaching Mathematics (Core Maths Teachers) Programmes

 

Start Date: September 2023

 

Participants will:

· understand the philosophy of Core Maths, with its approach to maths through contextualised problem-solving

· develop their subject knowledge in these six areas: Contextualised problem solving; Fermi estimation and modelling; Critical analysis; Finance; Pre-release materials; Statistics

· develop their understanding of how online learning and technology can be used to support Core Maths teaching.

 

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NCP23-23 - Developing Core Maths Pedagogy

 

Start Date: September 2023

Participants should be experienced and developing teachers of Core Maths from schools and colleges. This Work Groups give teachers opportunities, through collaboration and experimentation, to develop improved teaching approaches that support the open-ended problem-solving skills Core Maths students need to develop, and to share these with departmental colleagues

 

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NCP23-24 - Developing A-Level Pedagogy

 

Start Date: September 2023

 

These Work Groups support experienced A level teachers to not only further develop their expertise but provide a model to support departmental change. The content of individual Work Groups will be flexible to meet the needs of participants, but will be broadly linked to the Overarching Themes of the A level qualification: problem solving and mathematical thinking; mathematical modelling and representations; proof, reasoning and mathematical communication. The project involves a direct working partnership between the Maths Hubs Network and the Advanced Mathematics Support Programme (AMSP).

 

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