Cross- curricular mathematics for teachers of GCSE subjects with Maths content

Hull

Overview

This session will explore ways to embed mathematical problem solving skills in your lessons and engage students by using real world contexts. You will leave with ideas, resources and enthusiasm to try them out. You will also find out about the benefits for your students of taking Level 3 Core Maths alongside their main programme. This session is for all levels of mathematical confidence.

Aims

  • To explore ways of embedding mathematical problem solving skills into your lessons
  • to try out ideas and resources for mathematical problem solving
  • to find out about the benefits for your students of taking Level 3 Core Maths

Who will benefit from attending?

GCSE teachers of any subject which includes Mathematical content

Content

12.30-1.00pm Arrival, registration and sandwich lunch
1.00-1.45pm Welcome and warm up problem
1.45-3.00pm Resources for Teaching in Context
3.00-3.15pm Break
3.20-3.50pm Advising students on their next steps
3.50-5.00pm What’s the problem with percentages?
5.00-5.15pm Evaluation and close

Resources for Teaching in Context
Using of authentic context can be engaging and motivating but what makes a context feel authentic? This session will give you an opportunity to explore maths in context from other subjects and explore topical resources to take straight to your lessons.

Advising Students on their Next Steps
A short session to explore the maths options for students post GCSE, how these courses can support other subjects and University applications. You will get ideas to take to the classroom which will encourage students to reflect on the maths they will need in their future careers.


What’s the Problem with Percentages?
Students have been learning about percentages since Primary school so why are they still causing problems for students beyond GCSE? During this session you will see how students at different levels approach similar problems, discuss how we can build on students’ prior experience and explore percentage change questions across the a range of subjects.

Key Facts

Event ref:

#6876

Audience:

Teachers

Curriculum focus:

Core Maths, 11-16 maths

Event format:

Face-to-face Professional Development

Event length:

1 day

Region:

Yorkshire and the Humber

Venue:

The Boulevard Academy,
Massey Close,
Hull,
HU3 3QT

Date:

Wed 8th Jan 2020

Course times:

12:30 - 17:15

Fee:

Free to state schools

Priority Area subsidy:

250 for LPA/OA schools

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Queries?

If you have any queries about this event, please do not hesitate to contact:

Jean Smith
[email protected]

The AMSP, through MEI, holds the NCETM CPD Standard

National Centre for Excellence in the teaching of Mathematics

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