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Primary Magazine: Maths in the Staff Room


Created on 03 February 2015 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 14 June 2017 by ncetm_administrator

 

Maths in the Staff Room

Maths in the Staff Room provides simple plans for CPD meetings in your school to be led by a member of staff. These are short meetings that can be used exactly as indicated or adapted to meet the CPD needs of the school.

Click in the headings of the tables to sort the columns in ascending or descending order.

Issue Theme
64 Progression in Reasoning
65 Progression in Problem Solving
67 Multiplication Tables
68 Level-Free Maths Assessment
69 Assessment methods as a tool for learning
70 Mental Fluency
71 The Importance of Counting
72 Representations for number
73 Outstanding Mathematics Teaching
74 Dialogic Teaching
75 Classroom Climate
76 Maths Homework
77 Organising Mathematical Learning
79 Reasoning in the Classroom
80 Understanding key mathematical structures. Part one: ‘Doing and undoing’
81 Understanding key mathematical structures. Part two: ‘Doing and undoing’ across the curriculum
82 Understanding key mathematical structures. Part three: ‘Doing and undoing’: Does order matter?
83 Understanding key mathematical structures. Part four: ‘Always, sometimes, never
84 Learning from Misconceptions
85 Assessing Progress
86 Equivalent Calculations
 
 
 
 
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30 May 2015 19:15
Thank you for these structured CPD sessions. They are really helpful.
By bollands
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