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Primary Mathematics Subject Leader In-Depth Study Module 2


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Created on 25 June 2010 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 13 August 2010 by ncetm_administrator

Module 2: Leading learning

Leading learning is about the embodiment of the curriculum in the classroom. Your role will require you to know how mathematics is taught in your school, and how effective the learning is for the children.  You will explore how you can find out about the teaching and learning, and how you will build a picture of what needs to be done to develop further. As leader of a core subject in your school, stakeholders such as Ofsted, your Local authority and the school senior leadership team will expect you to be in an informed position and to be able to respond to questions about how the teaching and learning of mathematics is developing in your school.

Once you have established a clear picture of the current strengths and weaknesses in the school, and have an understanding of how mathematics can move forwards to cater even more effectively for the children’s mathematical needs, then you will need to refer to Module 5 to support your role as a leader of change.

In this module you will:

  • consider the environment for learning, and how it can support children
  • explore strategies for monitoring the learning of mathematics in your school
  • reflect on aspects of the learning environment, and aspects of children’s learning in order to provide the optimum environment for developing engaged and confident learners. 
 
 
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