10th October 2019 | 4th December 2019 | 6th February 2020 | 25th March 2020
West Exe School, Exeter
The most significant educational researchers today are transforming our understanding of how we learn and what, as teachers, we do that has the greatest impact on learning.
Established theories such as Cognitive Load and approaches such as Spaced Practice and Interleaving have wide-ranging implications for teaching, assessment and curriculum design in Maths. These ideas, once fringe, are now central to the new Ofsted framework and the Early Career Framework. However, there are many long-standing practices that are empirically proven to be low or no- impact. Our challenge then is to bring the latest education research to inform how we design our curricula in maths and the approaches we take to teaching and assessment. Following on from the superb programme last year, TSSW is delighted to be working with Craig Barton, a leading Maths teacher in England – to deliver an innovative approach to what Outstanding Quality of Education in Maths
TSSW Members (DTSA, Exeter Consortium TSA, SWTSA): £450 per delegate. Other colleagues: £550 per delegate. Open to all teachers. Fees include a copy of ‘How I wish I’d taught maths’.
About Craig Barton
Craig is a maths teacher, the TES Maths Adviser, the creator of mrbartonmaths.com and diagnosticquestions.com, host of the Mr Barton Maths Podcast, and the author of the best-selling book ‘How I wish I’d taught maths’.