New dates in London, Somerset, Hampshire, Surrey, Essex and now Cheshire for the Spring Term. How do we know children have mastered or are on-track to master age-related expectations? What does Mastery really mean in the context of schools in England? How do we ensure that children continue to enjoy their learning of mathematics, are excited by maths and can solve problems in their own ways?
Important questions about Mastery are being discussed everywhere.
In this session, Professor Ruth Merttens offers practical solutions underpinned by a robust theoretical perspective which starts with the premise that education cannot be divorced from its context in an open democracy.
The session will cover:
The sessions are taking place throughout the Spring Term:
The session is of immediate interest to all primary teachers and particularly primary maths co-ordinators or those in senior management positions. It is FREE and open to all teachers.
It is essential to book a place and spaces are available on a ‘first-come, first served’ basis. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for further details and to book a place.
Some of of the feedback we've had from seminars in 2016:
Please pass my sincere thanks on to Prof. Merttens – it was excellent. I now have, for the first time, a secure and positive model for describing and applying a mastery curriculum into our school. Without throwing out the excellent practice in our school we can make some changes to further impact our children.
It was inspirational.
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