Quantitative Skills: Maths for Other A Level SubjectsNottingham
We are aware of the increase in mathematical content in a number of A Level specifications. This course is aimed at colleagues who are teaching the quantitative skills component of Geography, Psychology and Biology A Levels.
Strategies and ideas will be provided for teachers to use in their classrooms to deepen their students' understanding.
Who will benefit from attending?
Teachers who are delivering the mathematical component of Geography, Psychology, and Biology A Levels.
Teaching Averages and Spread
During this session we will model approaches to the teaching of Averages and Standard Deviation. We will also look at how they are assessed in the different A Levels.
Teaching Spearmans Rank Correlation
This session will look at teaching approaches to introduce students to Spearmans Rank Correlation Coefficient and how to analyse the results you achieve.
This session will look at the use of chi-squared tests in A Level Biology, Geography and Psychology. It will look at ideas for teaching the concepts to students. No prior knowledge will be expected
This session will look at the use of t-tests in A Level Biology and Geography and ideas for teaching the concepts to students.
This day course is available to all teachers who are involved in preparing students for the mathematical content of A Level courses
Curriculum planning, Reasoning
Face-to-face Professional Development
The Pope Building,
University of Nottingham,
Wed 4th Mar 2020
09:30 - 15:30
This course is free for all participants.
If you have any queries about this event, please do not hesitate to contact:
The AMSP, through MEI, holds the NCETM CPD Standard