Teaching for Differentiation with Maths Mastery
November 7, 2019 | London, UK

Special Topic: Differentiation

A one-day course on whole-class differentiation practices for primary classes

Meet the needs of struggling and advanced learners — while keeping all students learning together and at the same pace.

This special topics course investigates how to differentiate students by outcome. You’ll learn methods for whole-class teaching that differentiate students by depth of concepts rather than acceleration of content. Through hands-on activities, discover how to vary your lessons to accommodate struggling and advanced students.

Teachers will leave this course eager to teach differentiation by depth, thus meeting the English National Curriculum’s standard that students move through studies at the same pace.

Teachers, School Leaders and Educational Professionals can book now until November 5, for only £205 +vat. Consultants’ charge is £365 +vat. Seating is limited.

Course highlights

  • Learn the essential concepts and principles behind the ethos of differentiation by depth.
  • Discover easy-to-use strategies for lesson planning and teaching for all students.
  • Gain a deep understanding of how to keep students learning at the same pace, year after year.
  • Connect with a network of teachers, school leaders, maths experts, and good people — all under one roof.

Who should attend

Teachers, Maths Leads, and Department heads (Years 1 to 6) looking to more efficiently differentiate in a maths mastery, whole-class teaching environment.

This course is an excellent “next step” after our Intro to Teaching Maths for Mastery course. Prior experience with Maths — No Problem! or maths mastery is recommended, but not required.


Pauline Gibbons: MNP Trainer

Over a twenty-year career in education, Pauline Gibbons has taught every age group in the primary phase in both state and independent sectors. In that time, she has been a class teacher and senior leader of mathematics, assessment, and development at a number of schools. As part of the government steering group for the SAT’s review, she has seen firsthand the impact that maths mastery has within the learning environment; as well as the advantages and challenges that come with change.

A great believer in the benefits of being in a vibrant professional learning community, Pauline is an active member of the Association of Teachers of Mathematics (ATM), the Mathematical Association (MA) and the Chartered College of Teaching (CCT).



Differentiation
Nov 7, 2019

Venue to be announced

Only £205 +vat | Book before Nov 5




“Thanks for a fantastic, interesting and informative course!! Come back soon!!!”

Pauline Campbell HillMaths Co-ordinator

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Course agenda

08:45 Registration and Coffee
09:15 Changing Models of Differentiation Including Effective Intervention
10:00 Developing Number Sense
10:30 Refreshments
10:45 Differentiation through Quality “First-Teaching”
12:30 Lunch
13:15 Differentiation by Curriculum Elements
14:30 Refreshments
14:45 Recreational Maths
15:45 Questions and Wrap Up
16:00 Course Ends




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The IPG Independent Publishing Awards, 2017–2018
The British Book Awards, 2018

2018 IPG and British Book awards