Somerset, North Somerset and East Devon Online Teacher Network (AMSP SW2 Area)

A New Way to Teach Quadratics

Overview

This network meeting is to replace the Exeter and Bridgwater Teacher Networks whilst there are no opportunities for us to hold face-to-face meetings. Once the situation improves sufficiently for face-to-face work to be allowable, these two teacher networks will be reinstated.

Joining instructions for the online meeting will be sent out shortly before the event and a link to the meeting will be emailed to you on the day of the meeting itself.

Who will benefit from attending?

All teachers of mathematics would be very welcome to attend this meeting.

Content

In December 2019, a news article emerged detailing a "new way to teach quadratics" that could revolutionise the way the topic is taught in schools.

In this meeting we will find out what that method is, how it works and whether there is any reason to be using it in the classroom. We will also discuss the pros and cons of different approaches to solving quadratics and hopefully challenge ingrained habits.

Plus, probably, a bit of paper folding and the odd puzzle or two.

 

This meeting will be led by Ieuan Pearse - Assistant Hub Lead for the Boolean Maths Hub leading CPD workgroups for teachers specialising in A Level Maths, Further Maths and Core Maths.

Ieuan has taught Maths at Bristol Cathedral Choir School for 10 years and is Lead Practitioner for Mathematics across the Cathedral Schools Trust.

Key Facts

Event ref:

#7792

Audience:

Teachers

Curriculum focus:

11-16 maths, A level Mathematics, Core Maths

Mathematical focus:

Pure

Event format:

Network meeting

Event length:

1.5 hours

Region:

South West

Venue:

Online

Date:

Tue 3rd Nov 2020

Course times:

16:15 - 17:45

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Queries?

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

Tom Rainbow
[email protected]
07366 146750

The AMSP, through MEI, holds the NCETM CPD Standard

National Centre for Excellence in the teaching of Mathematics

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