Thursday, 8 February 2024
9:15 – 16:15 (GMT) in Manchester, England
£205.00 + VAT
Using Assessment to Ensure Mastery in Mathematics
This course is designed to:
- Understand the different types of assessment in primary school mathematics and how to apply them in a mastery learning environment
- Move beyond negative perceptions to uncover assessment’s true power
- Learn how to use assessment to measure understanding, applying and reasoning
- Explore how to focus assessment on pupil success
After completing the course, educators will have a better understanding of why an effective assessment practice is so essential. They will gain deeper insight into how to use assessment to advance their pupils, particularly in a maths mastery context.
Who this is course intended for?
This course is intended for primary school leaders and classroom teachers who want to delve more deeply into the essentials of assessment for primary mathematics. This course is an excellent next step after the three-day Essentials of Teaching Maths Mastery, therefore it is strongly recommended that participants attend that course before registering for this one.
Meet Your Maths — No Problem! TrainerAdam Gifford
Adam is currently subject specialist and series editor at Maths — No Problem! and co-host of the School of School podcast. He is a former primary school headteacher and the first primary mathematics specialist leader of education in the UK. He was the strategic primary lead for the Maths Hub pilot programme at the NCETM, where he was also involved in the Textbook and Diagnostic Assessment programmes. Adam has worked closely with the NW1 Maths Hub as well as Manchester University, numerous local authorities and teaching school alliances.
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