Please note that this work group is exclusively for schools that are participating in the Salop and Herefordshire Teaching for Mastery programme, either this year, last year or 2016-17.
Please email email@example.com if you wish to register an interest in participating in Teaching for Mastery work groups for 2019-20.
Developing Mastery in Greater depth: how can you improve opportunities for pupils to work at a greater depth?
Julie Marston & Jane Taft
Julie is a Primary Maths Teaching for Mastery Specialist and NCETM PD Accredited lead. She is an experienced Primary Maths leader, with MaST qualification, and Masters in Primary Maths Education. Julie has undertaken extensive Primary Maths research, including variation theory, and worked collaboratively as part of the Shanghai and England teacher exchange. She has led Teaching for Mastery and Lesson Design work groups for Salop and Herefordshire Maths Hub.
Jane is an experienced and successful Primary teacher. As Maths lead, Jane has led Teaching for Mastery developments, which are now embedded in all classes in her school and partner school, including EYFS. Jane has completed the PG Cert Specialist Primary Maths Practise qualification and is taking the NCETM Primary Accredited PD Lead this year.
Teachers who have already started to embed teaching for mastery in their schools can join a Work Group to delve deeper into one of the issues this approach generates.
Participation in three, one-day workshops, with completion of gap tasks between the workshops. These workshops are to support provision for all pupils to access opportunities encouraging them to think deeply about mathematics.
The workshops will consider specifically:
Cover costs of up to £180 per day will be paid for teachers in their first two years of teaching.