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Browse Mathematics Teaching Self-evaluation Topics

Click on one of the above topics to browse through all the information about Mathematics content knowledge  for all stages from Early Years learning to Adult Education (spanning Key Stages 1-5) and Mathematics-specific pedagogy activities from Early Years learning, to Key Stage 4, with Key Stage 5 and Adult Education coming soon.

Use the Self-evaluation tools to check your understanding of the mathematics you are teaching and to explore ideas on how to develop your practice.

What is Self Evaluation?

Self-evaluation is a powerful and productive way of supporting your own professional development. At one level it can be done in the privacy of your own home, when you make time to think and reflect on what a piece of mathematics might mean so you can teach it more effectively, or about how you may wish to progress your teaching career. Alternatively, or in addition, it can be used as part of a collaborative professional development activity with other colleagues in your school or department.

Other Resources

  • Professional Standards - the National Centre has exemplified these to show what they might mean for teachers of mathematics. Find out more about what these might look like for teachers of mathematics to support your career development.


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Mathematics Content Knowledge

Click on one of the Key Stage areas below to select topics from that key stage.

Embedding in Practice

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Use the NCETM Self-evaluation Tools to support your PD - Strengthen your understanding of all areas of mathematics