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Adapting the maths and English curriculum to meet the needs of students post COVID-19
Adapting the maths and English curriculum to meet the needs of students post COVID-19 (Code: C0839)

This course will explore the challenges of what content to cover in maths and English across the year, taking into count different starting points and needs where students have missed significant amounts of maths and English teaching.

Alternative ways to teach key topics in maths and English
Alternative ways to teach key topics in maths and English (Code: C0794)

This course will explore different ways to motivate students by looking at alternative ways to teach essential maths and English skills to provide the essential knowledge students need for the exam and the next steps in their lives.

Approaches to supporting the diverse needs of maths and English learners
Approaches to supporting the diverse needs of maths and English learners (Code: C0882)

Drawing on lessons learnt from lockdown, this course focuses on supporting differentiation on maths and English courses, in terms of learners' prior knowledge and experience of their subject, through non-linear curriculum planning and meeting the needs of learners with different levels of self-belief and resilience.

A toolkit for revision, study and exam skills for maths and English
A toolkit for revision, study and exam skills for maths and English (Code: C0911)

Effective study skills have been identified as ways of improving the performance of all learners and of closing the gap between boys and girls. This course will look at a range of tried and trusted techniques but will also move beyond the recognised approaches we see online to look at specific approaches to learning that will help learners in both functional skills and GCSE

Attendance and Motivation: Maths
Attendance and Motivation: Maths (Code: C0866)

Drawing on lessons learnt from lockdown and research this practical course will focus on how to engage and motivate learners to attend, and remain on, maths courses and will include supporting learners remotely and issues surrounding resilience and self-efficacy. The course will support practitioners to help learners with maths anxiety and recognise and address cognitive overload with strategies to support these issues.

August Refresher 1: Planning, Curriculum and Blended Learning
August Refresher 1: Planning, Curriculum and Blended Learning (Code: C0829)

The first of three sessions Identifying key points from CPD and conferences during lockdown. Based on the CPD courses, chat room insights and conferences we will summarise the key learning areas from a range of CPD sessions

August Refresher 2: Techniques to Enhance Learning and Recall
August Refresher 2: Techniques to Enhance Learning and Recall (Code: C0830)

The second of three sessions Identifying key points from CPD and conferences during lockdown. Based on the CPD courses, chat room insights and conferences we will summarise the key learning areas from a range of CPD sessions

August Refresher 3: Supporting Wellbeing, Metacognition & Resilience
August Refresher 3: Supporting Wellbeing, Metacognition & Resilience (Code: C0831)

The third of three sessions identifying key points from CPD and conferences during lockdown. Based on the CPD courses, chat room insights and conferences we will summarise the key learning areas from a range of CPD sessions.

Beyond Functional Skills: the actual maths & English learners need in the workplace
Beyond Functional Skills: the actual maths & English learners need in the workplace (Code: C0761)

In this webinar we will explore the domain of maths and English - moving away from the syllabus and looking at the complex interplay of numeracy and literacy beyond the exam and in a variety of career paths.

Centres for Excellence in Maths Forum meetings
Centres for Excellence in Maths Forum meetings (Code: C0510)
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
Centres for Excellence in Maths Teachers' meetings (Code: C0509)
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.
#CfEMLive21 - Mastery and Data & Technology (2 of 2)
#CfEMLive21 - Mastery and Data & Technology (2 of 2) (Code: C1144)

Join our #CfEMLive21 online event which sees maths practitioners from across England sharing outcomes from their action research projects. The themes are mastery teaching; with a focus on 1:1, small group support and diagnostic approaches and  data & technology: with a focus on using technology to engage and teach.

Collaborative Practice Development Day
Collaborative Practice Development Day (Code: C0488)

Drawing on evidence-informed practice, and lessons learnt during lockdown, our Collaborative National Development Days reflect the most pertinent themes and issues within our sector right now. Each Collaborative National Development Day will explore a different aspect of post-16 practice, such as assessing progress online, safeguarding and supporting learners online and engaging and motivating learners online.

Creating an effective curriculum for maths and English (webinar)
Creating an effective curriculum for maths and English (webinar) (Code: C0731)

Using the time we have to plan for next year. Understanding what makes a great curriculum for maths and English and how this contributes to a successful 'deep dive'.

Creating an outstanding online lesson in maths and English
Creating an outstanding online lesson in maths and English (Code: C0971)

This live session will look at how to create and teach an outstanding online lesson whether as part of blended learning or as part of an online maths and English course. It will consist of a live session to cover the learning outcomes below and you will have access to six or more On Demand videos to demonstrate some of the technical approaches.

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