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This section contains a collection of articles, including case studies, reports, and the individual articles that go on to make up the NCETM online magazines.

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  The NCETM Continuing Professional Development Standard
This page contains information about the NCETM Continuing Professional Development Standard.
06 September 2017 08:39 by ncetm_administrator viewed 54936 times


  FE Magazine - Issue 6: Focus on...
Explore the NCETM FE Magazine - Issue 6. Published monthly, the magazine includes a range of features and professional development materials.
16 May 2017 16:15 by ncetm_administrator viewed 2697 times


  Teaching mathematics for mastery at secondary school
So far, the NCETM’s work relating to the teaching for mastery philosophy that my colleagues and I have been championing has focused mainly on primary school maths. It is being positively received and primary schools...
21 March 2017 15:28 by ncetm_administrator viewed 14773 times


  Working together to improve GCSE Maths outcomes in Stoke
Maths teachers working together and supporting one another, both within and between schools, with a shared mission to improve children’s maths education.
06 May 2016 13:15 by ncetm_administrator viewed 2240 times


  Teaching mathematics for mastery at secondary school
So far, the NCETM’s work relating to the teaching for mastery philosophy that my colleagues and I have been championing has focused mainly on primary school maths. It is being positively received and primary schools...
18 February 2016 15:31 by ncetm_administrator viewed 8758 times


  Guest blog by Jane Jones HMI, Ofsted
Charlie Stripp’s recent blog on mastery and differentiation has raised the question, voiced widely by maths teachers around the country, of the implications - if the mastery principle is followed rigorously - for Ofsted inspectors’...
09 October 2015 10:22 by ncetm_administrator viewed 33099 times


  How can we meet the needs of all pupils without differentiation of lesson content? How can we record progress without levels?
I believe that if we are to adopt a teaching for mastery approach to maths teaching, consistent with the new National Curriculum, we must answer these questions. Many primary teachers have asked my NCETM colleagues...
17 April 2015 08:36 by ncetm_administrator viewed 36056 times


  Mastery in mathematics: What it is and why we should be doing it
I’ll be controversial: I think it may well be the case that one of the most common ways we use differentiation in primary school mathematics, which is intended to help challenge the ‘more able’ pupils...
03 October 2014 23:37 by ncetm_administrator viewed 168532 times


  Charlie’s Angles: Maths, Mindsets and Mastery
A blog from Charlie Stripp, Director of the NCETM
22 August 2014 09:48 by ncetm_administrator viewed 12122 times


  Charlie’s Angles: Response to Jo Boaler’s view of maths in UK schools
A blog from Charlie Stripp, Director of the NCETM
22 August 2014 09:19 by ncetm_administrator viewed 4665 times

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