Mastery Approaches to Maths MA2M+ ??Aims • collaborate, build trust, sharing and evaluation • critical understanding of mastery approaches • developing research-informed teaching

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  • Mastery Approaches to Maths MA2M+

    Monday 20th November 2017: Teaching for Mastery Maths: PrinciplesMonday 04th December 2017: Teaching for Mastery Maths: In your classroomMonday 05th February 2018: Teaching for Mastery Maths: Lessons from ShanghaiMonday 19th March 2018: Teaching for Mastery Maths: Greater depthMonday 23rd April 2018: Teaching for Mastery Maths: Next steps

  • Aims

    collaborate, build trust, sharing and evaluation

    critical understanding of mastery approaches

    developing research-informed teaching

    driven by head teachers and maths subject leads

    build capacity for leadership

    Have a commitment to Growth Mindset and the basic principle that, with the right quality teaching, every child is capable of enjoying maths and becoming a good mathematician.

    Jo Boaler: Mathematical Mindsets and You Cubed website https://www.youcubed.org/

    https://www.youcubed.org/

  • John Kotter (1996) Leading Change. Harvard Business School.

  • Lewin K. 1951. Field Theory in Social Science. New York: Harper & Row

    Liping Ma (1999) Knowing and Teaching Elementary Mathematics: Teachers' Understanding of Fundamental Mathematics in China and the United States. New York: Routledge.

  • Professional Capital = f(HC,SC,DC)

    PC: Professional Capital is capacity to help all your students learn and thriveHC: Human Capital is knowledge of subject, pedagogy and children plus values and emotional capabilitySC: Social Capital is trusting professional relationships and interactionsDC: Decisional Capital is becoming an expert through multiple decisions and experimentation

    Hargreaves, A. & Fullan, M. (2012) Professional Capital: Transforming Teaching in Every school. New York: Teachers College Press.

  • The characteristics of effective professional learning for teachers:

    A collective sustained focus on learning Increasing ownership, collaboration and trust Classroom inquiry and experimentation Focus on pedagogy within curriculum subjects Focus on formative assessment and impact Critical engagement with external knowledge

    Developing a community of practice - shared language, purpose, ways of working and of learning (Wenger 1998)

    Developing Great Teaching 2015 http://tdtrust.org/about/dgt/

    http://tdtrust.org/about/dgt/

  • Mastery Approaches to Maths MA2M+

    Monday 20th November 2017: Teaching for Mastery Maths: PrinciplesMonday 04th December 2017: Teaching for Mastery Maths: In your classroomMonday 05th February 2018: Teaching for Mastery Maths: Lessons from ShanghaiMonday 19th March 2018: Teaching for Mastery Maths: Greater depthMonday 23rd April 2018: Teaching for Mastery Maths: Next steps

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