Teaching mixed ability groups: maths (webinar)
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This is a subsidised rate for providers that receive funding from the ESFA.
For providers not receiving funding the full cost is £37.50
A limited number of free places are offered on this course. Please see the 'Upcoming' section above for current availability. Free places are offered to ensure greater diversity on our courses, so to qualify you must either:
- Work in an organisation in one of the 12 opportunity areas (Blackpool, Bradford, Derby, Doncaster, Fenland and East Cambridgeshire, Hastings, Ipswich, Norwich, Oldham, Scarborough, Stoke, West Somerset)
- Work in an organisation with an annual turnover of less than £500,000
- Consider yourself to have a disability
- Come from a Black, Asian or minority ethnic (BAME) background
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Who is this for?
Maths teachers, trainers, assessors, mentors and coaches and a range of support teachers as well as managers who have responsibility for teaching and learning.
How to meet the needs of all learners in a single classroom, identifying key strategies to make best use of a mixed ability group.
You will have the knowledge and confidence to:
- identify at least one key strategy that can be developed further
- examine a range of five associated activities
- explore how to overcome barriers to mixed ability teaching
- found effective ways to encourage students to learn from each other
- recognise that there are no 'caps' on what your students could achieve.