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Work Group to bring teachers together to analyse, deconstruct and trace the key topic of Ratio & Proportion, through the curriculum,

About this event

This project focuses on participant teachers working together to analyse, deconstruct and trace through the curriculum, the key topic area of Ratio and Proportion - developing insight into effective teaching approaches, and considering the implications for longer term curriculum design.

The aim will be for participants and their departments to :

  • Develop a deeper insight into the maths that underpins learning in a challenging topic, through unpicking and analysing Ratio & Proportion
  • Develop a deeper insight into the key issues and misconceptions behind Ratio & Proportion
  • Identify misconceptions and plan a series of lessons to support students in Ratio & Proportion
  • Use and evaluate appropriate pedagogies to teach this topic
  • Work with their departments to unpick and analyse topics to inform collaborative planning and development of schemes of work

4 x Sessions:

Tuesday 1 February 1-5pm Online

Tues 8 March, Wed 27 April and Friday 17 June 2022 - 1.00-5.00pm at Rosebery School, White Horse Dr, Epsom KT18 7NQ (TBC).

Individual participants or ideally pairs of participants from Maths departments are invited to join this Work Group with an expectation that they will also work with others in their departments at appropriate points in the programme.

All registrants will be required to join an NCETM Basecamp online community for this Work Group in order to access resources and information. Please ensure you tick the box to confirm this when you register.

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Organiser North-East Hants and Surrey (NEHS) Maths Hub

Organiser of Year 7-11 Coherence Work Group

North-East Hants and Surrey (NEHS) Maths Hub is led by St John the Baptist School, Woking and runs a large programme of  Work Groups and events throughout the year with the aim of improving Maths teaching, leadership and professional learning practice to transform Maths education.

The Maths Hubs Network is the collaborative partnership of the 40 Maths Hubs across England, supported and facilitated by the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM). It is part of the wider development of school-led, system leadership of education in England.

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