Key factors in individual maths lesson planning (Code: C1251)
The planning of individual lessons, and how they interlink with others, are crucial in order to maximise the time spent with learners and get the most out of the resources available.
This interactive course will support all practitioners delivering substantial maths content in how approaches to planning can support deeper learning and develop learner engagement. It will include how the use of resources can be maximised and enable participants to gain a greater awareness of how they put together a lesson plan impacts on the learning that does or does not take place.
Who is this for?
This course is for teachers and other practitioners delivering GCSE maths and Functional skills maths in the Further Education and Training sector. It may also be of interest to staff who are teaching T levels with a substantial mathematical component.
To embed the fundamental principles of teaching in lesson planning, so you can fit each lesson together with other lessons and maximise the use of resources and their impact.
On this course you will:
- reflect on the fundamental principles of teaching
- consider how lessons fit together and address the question "why are you doing this now?"
- reflect on how resources are used to maximise their impact
- consider how to give learners real power and responsibility over their learning.