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Children’s chances of succeeding in education and life will be maximised if they develop deep and lasting procedural and conceptual mathematical understanding. The NCETM’s teaching for mastery section draws on research work currently underway in schools working through the Maths Hubs programme.
Making connections, deepening understanding and multiplicative reasoning are all key features of the KS3 mathematics national curriculum.
A range of materials to help teachers plans lessons and assess pupils’ understanding, together with marking and calculation guidance.
We ask how would you teach a Year 1 class to add 5 to 27? Also, read about pre-teaching Intervention, and more.
Quadratic sequences at GCSE, Girls studying Maths and Further Maths at AS and A level, and more.
It’s important for pupils in maths lessons to give answers to questions using full sentences--not just one-word answers. Watch this 2 minute video to find out why.
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A resource tool to help classroom teachers plan lessons in line with the national curriculum
Mastery PD materials relating to number, addition and subtraction.
Find out what young children need to know and understand in order to become competent and confident mathematicians
Support for mathematics subject leaders in primary schools, in their work to enhance provision for higher attaining pupils
Review the key elements of subject leadership, plan your next steps, and learn from the experiences of other subject leaders through a set of case studies
These activities have been written and devised by real teachers determined to find better ways of teaching mathematical ideas and topics.