New to teaching A level mathematics summer school MY500
Learn to teach maths for understanding and engagement rather than 'teaching to the test.' Participants will increase subject knowledge and deepen understanding of mathematics.
Special offer: receive a 100% discount on the activity fee by using code SEC100VAT when booking. You will need to pay the VAT of £240 (which as a state-funded school you can claim back). Please note that this offer supersedes any other bursary or discount offers.
PLEASE NOTE THIS OFFER IS ONLY AVAILABLE TO STATE FUNDED SCHOOLS
The best training course I have attended in my 14 years of teaching.” Past participant.
Our highly acclaimed annual four day summer school, run in conjunction with MEI and the University of Sheffield, is designed for teachers who have little, or no, experience of teaching A level mathematics. Develop pedagogical knowledge in order to improve teaching skills, thus giving the confidence to teach for understanding and engagement, rather than ‘teaching to the test’. Experience a range of teaching techniques delivered through 12 sessions: eight featuring topics from pure mathematics, two from mechanics and two from statistics. Also, plan and deliver a team taught twenty minute lesson.
Designed for teachers who are:
This is a residential course, fees include meals and accommodation for the duration of the course.
Course fees vary for participants outside the UK. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
On completion of the course teachers will:
- have a deeper understanding of the key concepts that underpin A level mathematics, and how these ideas are linked together across the subject
- have developed a range of active learning approaches to teaching these concepts
- understand the importance of practical approaches to teaching applied mathematics
The course concentrates upon pedagogy. It is not a subject enhancement course. In order to get the most from this course it is expected that participants have a good understanding of the mathematical content at advanced level. Ideally, participants should have completed a degree in mathematics or a course which contains a significant amount of mathematical content.