Teaching and Learning Vectors

Teaching and Learning Vectors

Course provided by Pearson

Summary overview

  • Online scheduled

  • 1 hour 30 mins study time

  • Teacher training and education

  • £40.00

  • 13th October 16:00-17:30 BST

  • Level Secondary

About this course

This twilight course, for teachers of GCSE Mathematics, provides an opportunity to get some ideas on how to deliver and extend the topic of Vectors, which has historically had a low success rate in examinations. The session will end with a look at some useful resources which can be used to support your existing materials and save valuable preparation time.Aims:- To look briefly at the specification requirement for covering the Vectors topic- To look at some past examination questions and see which successes and areas for improvement came to light- To share some teaching strategies from the basics of the topic (i.e. The cross over from Foundation to Higher Tier) right up to the most demanding questions towards the end of a Higher paper- See how other Pearson qualifications, like International GCSE (Spec B) can provide a rich source of extension questions on VectorsWho will benefit from attending?All teachers of GCSE Mathematics, who would like to develop their knowledge and practice or colleagues new to teaching Key Stage 4 Higher Tier.Delegates will get a bank of resources to support teaching and learning.Presenter Pietro Tozzi, has been teaching/training for 36 years and has Head of Department experience. Pietro has contributed towards the Edexcel/Pearson Training Programme and assisted in the writing of A-Level Schemes of Work (Pure & Mechanics content) for the 2017 Specifications. He also supports and presents at some of the Pearson Collaborative Hubs up and down the country.This counts towards 1.5 hours of CPD.ISBN 9781292419909

Learning outcomes

  1. To look briefly at the specification requirement for covering the Vectors topic
  2. To look at some past examination questions and see which successes and areas for improvement came to light
  3. To share some teaching strategies from the basics of the topic (i.e. The cross over from Foundation to Higher Tier) right up to the most demanding questions towards the end of a Higher paper
  4. See how other Pearson qualifications, like International GCSE (Spec B) can provide a rich source of extension questions on Vectors