Kent and Medway Online Teacher NetworkStatistics: Making it Real
The Kent and Medway Online Teacher Network is a composite of the 3 face-to-face teacher networks which run in the Kent and Medway region. Network meetings will run 3 times per academic year and will focus on teacher professional development. Because it is an online classroom, negating the geographical challenges normally present with with network meetings, it is open to the whole Kent and Medway region. It is is an AMSP-funded project allowing teachers of maths to meet, collaborate and to share professional development.
- Data presentation and interpretation
- Summary statistics
- Bivariate data
“Statistics is not about numbers – it’s about what is this data, how was it collected and what does it mean?” Dashiell Young Saver, Skew The Script
This short professional development course will look at a number of ways of developing ideas to make the Statistics within GCSE Mathematics relevant and real through the use of authentic and meaningful contexts. There will be opportunities for discussion as well as signposting to further study for your students.
- Use relevant ideas to teach Statistics
- Use technology effectively
Who will benefit from attending?
Teachers of GCSE Mathematics who wish to develop their teaching of the statistics content of GCSE maths and/or the skills of their students, especially those hoping to raise student aspiration to study Maths beyond GCSE.
The meeting will be held via Zoom. We will be emailing you with a link to the Zoom meeting in the week prior to the meeting and will send out a reminder on the day of the meeting.
11-16 maths, Core Maths
London and South East
Thu 14th Oct 2021
16:00 - 17:30
If you have any queries about this event, please do not hesitate to contact:
The AMSP, through MEI, holds the NCETM CPD Standard