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Alternative ways to teach key topics in maths (webinar)
This course will explore different ways to motivate students by looking at alternative ways to teach essential maths skills to provide the essential knowledge students need for the exam and the next steps in their lives.
Centres for Excellence in Maths Forum meetings
The forum meetings aim to bring together the leaders from each Centre together to discuss the programme, updates, meet with their Regional Maths Leads (RML) and work on their action research projects.
Centres for Excellence in Maths Teachers' meetings
As part of the Centres for Excellence in Maths programme, the teachers' meetings aim to help Centres and their networks to share best practice, learn from each other and from national activity. This will be important to ensuring the programme reaches and benefits the entire post-16 Further Education and Training sector.
Collaborative Practice Development Day (East and North)
Do you want to engage your learners, build their confidence and help them to stick with it and succeed using approaches tried and tested by practitioners? Join us for this collaborative practice development day. There will be workshops drawing on a range of popular Shaping Success Maths and English courses including phonics, update your digital skills and maths mastery approaches. There will also be opportunities to develop your digital skills, network with your peers and discuss approaches.
Developing an effective Post-16 Maths and English curriculum
With Ofsted's new focus on the 'Quality of Education' many providers are reviewing their curriculum to ensure it offers the depth and breadth to engage and challenge learners. This webinar will outline the key elements of reviewing and developing your existing curriculum offer with a clear process you can follow.
Developing maths skills in English teaching (webinar)
This interactive webinar will identify the kind of number skills, vocabulary and calculation strategies that can be meaningfully explored when tackling Functional English tasks. The teaching approaches reflect an emphasis on collaborative learning and provide practitioners with important opportunities to develop learners' critical thinking and comprehension skills in interesting and engaging ways.
Developing T Level Maths
This is a one day, face-to-face session and is the third step in a four-part programme supporting the teaching of core mathematical skills, which are embedded in each T Level route and pathway. The session builds on an introductory module which explores effective practice in developing embedded English, maths and digital skills and an e-learning module, 'Developing embedded maths skills for T Levels.'
Developing work placements that promote maths and English skills to maximise potential
Learners benefit from real experience in the world of work, which takes time, resources and effective planning to co-ordinate and deliver meaningful work placements. This bespoke support package, raises the profile of work placements helping maximise the opportunities for learning and developing maths and English skills. The delivery model for this programme will be designed around the needs of each provider.
Developing work placements that promote social action, maths and English skills
Learners benefit from real experience in the world of work, which takes time, resources and effective planning to co-ordinate and deliver meaningful work placements.
This bespoke support package, raises the profile of work placements helping maximise the opportunities for social action, learning and developing maths and English skills. The delivery model for this programme will be designed around the needs of each provider.
Effectively contextualising learning within Maths lessons (Webinar)
Much has been made over the past ten years of the benefits of embedding maths and English within vocational provision. There has been less focus however on the benefits of contextualising - building maths and English teaching around real life, relevant vocational examples. The impact can be powerful for learner and teachers alike.