Pearson Edexcel International GCSE/Advanced Level Teaching and Learning Strategies for Mathematics (Part 2)

Pearson Edexcel International GCSE/Advanced Level Teaching and Learning Strategies for Mathematics (Part 2)

Course provided by Pearson

Summary overview

  • Online scheduled

  • 2 hours study time

  • Teacher training and education

  • £25.00

  • 28th September 08:00-10:00 BST

  • Secondary

About this course

28 September 2021 at 08:00 - 10:00 BSTPlease note: This is a repeat of the training that took place in 2020.This online training is designed for teachers who are delivering the International GCSE/Advanced level Mathematics specifications. This training will give you an opportunity to learn and discuss effective teaching and learning strategies to help your students’ achieve their potential in the final assessments.This training is delivered in 2 parts.In Part 2, delegates will:- Be introduced to a range of teaching and learning strategies particularly applicable to mathematics.- Have an opportunity to share best practice of what has worked well with students studying these specifications.- Discuss strategies for optimising the learning of students in number, algebra, geometry and statistics.- Learn from analysis of how students have performed in examinations to identify those areas of learning which students have found most challenging.- Discuss the implications of that analysis for teaching and learning strategies - network, discuss best practice and share ideas with other teachers.The content of this training is based on the reformed specification for first from June 2019. Please note: a recording of the training will be available to attendees only.This training can count as 2 hours of CPD.

Learning outcomes

  1. Be introduced to a range of teaching and learning strategies particularly applicable to mathematics.
  2. Have an opportunity to share best practice of what has worked well with students studying these specifications.
  3. Discuss strategies for optimising the learning of students in number, algebra, geometry and statistics.
  4. Learn from analysis of how students have performed in examinations to identify those areas of learning which students have found most challenging.
  5. Discuss the implications of that analysis for teaching and learning strategies - network, discuss best practice and share ideas with other teachers.