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Designing Learning for Mastery (KS1&2)


NCETM CPD Standard

Course Aims:

  • Understand how to design learning to develop depth of understanding in calculations and fractions
  • Design sequences of tasks using conceptual and procedural variation / intelligent practice
  • Evaluate pupil learning from tasks used in class

By the end of the course, delegates will be familiar with:

  • How to design learning for a teacher for mastery approach
  • What conceptual and procedural variation means.
  • How to design sequences of tasks with conceptual and procedural variation built in.

Course summary: Many schools are now using teaching for mastery resources such as White Rose planning and wondering what this looks like in the classroom. This course enables teachers to learn how a teaching for mastery lesson might look from the perspective of designing lesson/ learning for mastery. A key feature of using mastery can be the effective use of conceptual and procedural variation. During the two whole-day sessions, teachers will develop their understanding of this practice by evaluating and commenting on lessons that have been designed with this in mind and have the opportunity to plan a series of lessons for their own pupils.

Day 1: Addition and Subtraction; Multiplication and Division

Day 2: Fractions

Head of Mathematics / Mathematics Coordinators, MaST Teacher, Senior Leader, Teacher

Contact Details:

http://smartpd.co.uk/primary-courses/ Course code LP3

Time

Frequency:

Once Only

Date:

14 January 2019 09:15 to 15:00

Map

Venue

ETC Venues, The Hatton
London
EC1N 8HN


 
 
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