As part of Maths Hub North West Two’s ‘Improving The Workforce’ strand, The Dean Trust Teaching School offers an exciting and interactive programme, which addresses particular challenges facing maths teachers, supported by general pedagogy development.
Who is it for?
The programme is aimed at experienced mathematics teachers or primary mathematics leads who have the potential and drive to achieve excellence in mathematics practice.
What are the sessions?
The programme consists of 4 half-day sessions delivered over a six-week period and will cover:
1. Magical Maths – What does excellent teaching look like in the maths classroom?
2. Mindset for Maths – Exploring the concepts of growth mindset in the maths classroom.
3. Making Maths Count – Lesson structures, planning, questioning.
4. Making the Grade – Looking at assessment.
What the teachers are saying about the programme:
I enjoyed the course as it encouraged me to think about my teaching and how to improve. The interactions with other maths teachers and sharing good practice was very good!
Variety of content and materials was excellent. The fact I could immediately take some into the classroom and share with faculty made an impact immediately
Plenty of opportunity to discuss techniques, strategies, policies and ideas with both primary and secondary teachers.
Sessions will be held at The Dean Trust Teaching School and run between 9am and 12.30pm. Light refreshments will be provided during the morning and a packed lunch will be provided for delegates as they leave to return to school.
Dates: 19th October, 31st October, 8th November and 15th November
Price: £200 + VAT per person
For more information about the programmes, please email firstname.lastname@example.org