Post-16 Work Groups
Supporting Post-16 GCSE Resit Work Groups
Primary focus for 2021/22: Post-16 resit pedagogy to support COVID recovery
Work Groups in this project will explore effective ways of teaching key content to GCSE resit students, and effective ways of working with teachers of post-16 resit GCSE in the context of COVID recovery. Participants will, through collaboration and experimentation, deepen their knowledge and understanding of the curriculum demands of GCSE Maths and their awareness of pedagogical approaches that best support students taking GCSE for the second time.
Participants' departments will, through shared good practice, become more effective at teaching GCSE resit. This will come from wider and more confident use of teaching approaches such as bar modelling, multiplicative reasoning, realistic contextualisation or teaching for mastery. Please see this flyer for more information and register here.
Developing Core Maths Pedagogy Work Groups
Primary focus for 2021/22: Core Maths pedagogy to support COVID recovery
These 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. Participant departments will support the role of Core Maths in promoting contextualised problem-solving and links to teaching in other subject areas.
Developing A Level Pedagogy Work GroupsPrimary focus for 2021/22: A-Level pedagogy to support COVID recovery
This project provides national support for the effective development of pedagogy in the teaching of A-Level Mathematics to support COVID recovery, to enhance the quality of teaching and the conceptual understanding of students, and the development of participants as leaders of A-Level teaching professional development in their own school or college. It aims to develop and sustain local communities of practice involving collaboration between teachers in developing pedagogy in their teaching of A-Level Maths.