Improve your subject knowledge for teaching mathematics appropriate to the range of secondary school students (11-18 years old)
Engage with relevant educational research and understand how it can be applied to you
Apply educational research findings to your own practice as a mentor and that of your mentees
Contribute to a community of mathematics mentors
On this course, you’ll be led by experts from the UCL Institute of Education as you learn how to support less experienced maths teachers.
Through current research taught in step-based discussion and live, taught sessions in Weeks 3 and 5, you’ll boost your own subject knowledge in teaching secondary school students and apply new research to your teaching practice.
As a mentor, you’ll use your personal experience to reflect upon and develop further your practice as well as share your expertise with new teachers.
Fostering Algebraic Reasoning,
Fostering Geometric Reasoning,
Fostering Numerical Reasoning,
Fostering Functional Reasoning.
This course is suitable for those who have been teaching mathematics at secondary school level for at least three years. This background is needed as mentors draw upon their observations and wealth of knowledge as experienced teachers to suggest effective and workable approaches for maths lessons.
This background is necessary for mentors to draw upon their observations and knowledge as experienced teachers.