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Primary Mathematics Subject Leader In-Depth Study Module 4

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

Module 4: Leading CPD

In this module you will explore the key aspects of leading CPD in your school. The foundation for leading CPD is to have a clear vision of what CPD of maths is needed. This is based both on what makes for effective adult learning and what CPD is relevant for different members of the school community. It is important to know how to support colleagues in auditing their CPD needs and how to prioritise maths CPD provision against this information, the school priorities and the budget. As Maths Subject Leader you are a role model for colleagues in terms of how you manage your own CPD needs and the last strand of this module helps you address your own this.

At the end of this module you will:

  • understand the implications for leading CPD in your school
  • be able to formulate a clear vision of CPD in maths for your school
  • understand how to prioritise CPD provision against a number of key criteria
  • know what type of CPD you need to provide for a range of colleagues
  • have a clear idea about managing the maths budget
  • have considered how you rate against using the ‘tools of the trade’
  • have explored the strength of your own maths subject knowledge and related pedagogical issues
  • know how to make provision for your own CPD. 


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