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Teaching maths during school closures

Created on 20 March 2020 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 29 April 2020 by ncetm_administrator


Teaching maths during school closures

Although our principal role is in maths-specific professional development—rather than developing teaching resources—during the period of school closures, we are offering broader support to teachers setting work for remote learning. 

For primary teachers we are creating a series of primary video lessons collaboratively planned and taught by Maths Hubs Mastery Specialists. For secondary teachers we have drawn together useful professional development materials to support curriculum planning for 2020/21 and CPD from home.

Primary and secondary teachers may also be interested in the descriptions of learning activities aimed at supporting parents on a separate page of this website.

In parallel to this, there is a complementary DfE list of online maths resources, aimed at schools and parents. Online resources are available at Oak National Academy and BBC Bitesize Daily Lessons.

If you are interested in how other teachers and schools are managing remote learning, Mr Barton Maths podcast has a new Teaching from Home series. If you would like to join teachers in discussing the new challenges, our NCETM Twitter chat page has summaries of previous chats and instructions for joining future chats.




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