17th Nov 2017 Central London

20th Nov 2017 Manchester

PROGRAMME

9.45
Differentiation in Mathematics

  • Embed quality tasks high in their initial accessibility and potential extendibility.
  • Expand your range of powerful activities that get students talking, engaged and hooked.
  • Tools to guarantee that learning is conceptually deep and memorable.
  • How to plan the different depths a task may take.
  • Essential high impact strategies to enhance differentiation for your lowest attaining mathematicians and stretch methods for your top sets.
  • Deliver Ofstedā€™s expectations of supporting pupils through programmes of study.
  • Break down common barriers to achievement and turn around negative attitudes to maths.
  • Helen Blanchard

11.15
Morning break
11.30
The Maths Masterclass

  • An unmissable guide to delivering outstanding maths lessons.
  • The essential ingredients to an outstanding lesson. What are you missing? Where do you excel?
  • From planning to assessing your impact and showing student progression to Ofsted.
  • How to tweak a classroom environment to establish a culture of consistently deep, meaningful and reflective learning.
  • Embed methods that fuel independence and inclusion.
  • Deliver progress for all with high-impact, lowcost maths teaching tools.
  • Unpick tools for assessment that can turn around poor attainment.
  • Build a positive mathematical thinking culture that permeates the whole school.
Ian Taylor

13.15
Lunch
14.00
Raising Achievement by Deepening Understanding: A Practical Powwow

  • Tried and tested strategies to maximise learning and to make maths enjoyable and engaging.
  • Going beyond just learning the right answers. Get pupils to revel in the beauty, challenge and real-world applications of the subject.
  • Choose from a range of tips and strategies to nurture key skills and mindsets in your learners.
Ian Loynd

15.15
Afternoon break
15.30
Maths Problems? Solved!

  • Obtain clarity about national expectations in the maths curriculum with a focus on problem solving and reasoning.
  • Equip your team with the key skills to teach problem solving that surpass those requirements.
  • Explore the necessity for problem solving and mental maths.
  • Gain an understanding of the progression of skills in the maths curriculum for problem solving.
  • Benefit from the whistle stop tour of top teaching, time-saving strategies and resources to improve problem solving abilities.
Danielle Bartram
16.30
Conference close
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