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Multiplicative Reasoning - A model for professional development


Created on 11 February 2016 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 10 June 2016 by ncetm_administrator
 

Multiplicative Reasoning: A model for professional development

The diagram below summarises a suggested programme of professional development (PD) using the materials in this microsite. It is designed as an integrated series of workshops for KS3 teachers, with associated lessons for KS3 classes, and linked (Lesson Study-based) gaps tasks. There is comprehensive supporting guidance for both teachers participating in, and the person leading, the PD. It is recommended that, if all five workshops are completed, the programme stretches over at least a year.


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Workshop 1

  1. Introduce project
  2. Introduce & explore Teaching Unit 0 task
  3. Prepare & plan next gap task
  4. Plenary

School
Carry out:
Gap task activities
including Pupil
Interviews

 
 
 

Workshop 2

  1. Gap task & lesson study feedback
  2. Introduce & explore Teaching Unit 1 task
  3. Prepare & plan next gap task
  4. Plenary

School
Carry out:
Gap task activities
including
Lesson study

 
 
 

Workshop 3

  1. Gap task & lesson study feedback
  2. Introduce & explore Teaching Unit 2 task
  3. Prepare & plan next gap task
  4. Plenary

School
Carry out:
Gap task activities
including
Lesson study

 
 
 

Workshop 4

  1. Gap task & lesson study feedback
  2. Introduce & explore Teaching Unit 3 task
  3. Prepare & plan next gap task
  4. Plenary

School
Carry out:
Gap task activities
including
Lesson study

 
 
 

Workshop 5

  1. Gap task & lesson study feedback
  2. Reflect on key learning from project
  3. Complete learning evaluation booklet

School

Complete
evaluation
booklets

 

 

 

 


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