London South West Maths Hub

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Secondary Teaching for Mastery Lesson Design Twilights

 

FREE Secondary Teaching for Mastery Introductory Lesson Design Twilight Sessions

 

We are limited to 15 places, so please book early to avoid disappointment.

 

Join our secondary colleagues for an afternoon of carefully crafted lesson design providing a step by step, conceptual journey of a single concept to be decided by the group.

The project will focus on collaboratively designing a lesson, making use of key resources such as the Secondary Mastery Professional Development materials, a range of text books and teacher knowledge. There has been a large investment in available resources and making effective use of them will support schools in embedding teaching for mastery in mathematics. It will be an opportunity for teachers to reflect on how these materials can be best used to support the planning process to develop subject and pedagogical knowledge. 

 

Outcomes

Participants should gain a deep understanding of the elements of effective lesson design and how the big ideas of mastery influence this, particularly regarding small steps of learning. Collaboratively,  they will be given the opportunity to make decisions about why to include or leave out certain questions, and when to supplement the materials with their own. Teachers are expected to share their learning with their department and this will impact on the maths learning across the department; developing confident mathematicians in their classrooms.

 

Expectations

Participants will be expected to attend both workshops. Colleagues from a school will work collaboratively to design, reflect and evaluate lessons. Participants will be expected to offer their feedback on the Mastery Professional Development Materials as well as the lessons that they collaboratively design

You will also find out more about the many funded Teaching for Mastery and professional development opportunities available.

 

When:  

Day 1: Date tbc

Day 2: Thursday 29th April 2020 (14.00 - 16.30)

 

Participants must attend both twilight sessions with the other schools in the Work Group.

 

Target Audience:

Schools that have joined the mastery advocate programme and made a commitment to teaching for mastery in their curriculum planning as well as schools who have expressed an interest in joining the Mastery Advocate Programme in September 2020.

 

Where:

Southfields Academy, 333 Merton Road, London, SW18 5JU

Directions and travel information:

Train: Southfields Academy is a 15minute walk from both Earlsfield train station and Southfields tube station.

Car: There is no onsite parking but there are parking permits or payable parking on the roads near us. Please note - It may take some time to find a space, so please do allow sufficient time for parking.

 

Please contact Lesley Dibbens to book a place admin@londonsouthwestmathshub.co.uk

 

Please download the information sheet