Supporting Post-16 GCSE Resit (formerly known as making sense of maths)
To explore effective ways of teaching key content to GCSE resit students. To explore effective ways of working with teachers of post-16 resit GCSE, predominantly in FE colleges.
Teachers of Post 16 GCSE resit in Mathematics in Further Education Colleges and Sixth Forms.
This course runs over 5 days and is led by a team of tutors including Sue Hough, Simon Mazunder, Emma Soper, David Swanson and Catherine Van Saarloos.
The core aims of the programme are to:
What does it involve?
This course builds on research funded by The Nuffield Foundation into how the RME approach developed in The Netherlands can be used to enhance achievement and engagement for this group of students. Participants will work on the associated material and consider both the underlying theory and the practicalities of using this approach with GCSE resit students. This course requires two participants from each Institution, so that teachers can use a lesson study approach to developing their teaching. Between training days teachers will be required to teach some of the lesson material, to observe each other teaching and to feedback and review this experience at the next training day. This model of training has proved to be very successful as a way of helping teachers make lasting long-term impact on the way they teach.
Training Dates & Times
This programme is now underway – if you are interested in being part of the next round please contact Sarah Ludlam – email@example.com