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Section 3: In-Depth Study Modules

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Created on 26 March 2010 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 17 May 2010 by ncetm_administrator

Secondary Mathematics Subject Leader in-Depth Study Modules

These materials have been produced by Clare Lee and Sue Johnston-Wilder on behalf of the Mathematics Subject Associations (AMET, ATM, MA, NAMA and NANAMIC), supported by the NCETM, and provide subject leaders with the opportunity for in-depth professional study.

They consist of six self-study modules:

  1. Providing an appropriate curriculum for all pupils in order that they might achieve their potential
  2. Help all staff involved in the teaching of mathematics to develop their pedagogy in order that it might deliver improved results
  3. Ensure that the pedagogy is suitable and that pupils can learn mathematics efficiently and effectively
  4. Lead ICT developments, recognising the key role that leaders have to play in the successful implementation of ICT
  5. Consider and bring about change using innovative and other methods
  6. Use pupil data (attainment, feedback etc.) in order to adapt current departmental practice to help bring about improvement

Reflection and the Learning Journal

When working on these materials, there may be times when you wish to record reflections, actions or tasks. The Learning Journal within your Personal Learning Space is an excellent place to do this, although you will need to be registered and logged in to use this area.
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