Lesson Design

Teaching for Mastery Focused Issue Work Quote Lesson Design 18 19Group:                                                     

Designing Lessons: depth of learning for all

 

Overview

The project will focus on designing effective lessons, making use of key resources such as the Primary Mastery Professional Development materials and text books. This Work Group will provide schools with the opportunity to reflect on how these materials can be best used to support teachers through the planning process and to develop subject and pedagogical knowledge.

 

This Work group is for schools that have made a significant commitment to teaching for mastery in their curriculum planning are invited to nominate two teachers for the Work Group. It is recommended that schools have participated in a TRG Work Group, but this is not essential. One of the teachers attending the Work Group should be in a middle or senior leadership role (ideally the Maths Lead), with experience and expertise in teaching for mastery. It will also be suitable for schools that have taken up textbook match funding and are looking for support with good use of the new resources.

 

Sheffield Dates

 

Rachel Hall - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Prince Edward Primary

4:15pm to start at 4:30pm to finish at 6:30pm:

Work group meeting 1: Monday 14th October

Work group meeting 2: Monday 9th December

Work group meeting 3: Monday 27th January

Work group meeting 4: Monday 20th April

Work group meeting 5: Monday 8th June


North Sheffield

Lynsie Tuplin  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

St Mary’s Catholic Primary School, S35 3HY at 9am to 12pm.

Work Group Session 1: Monday 21st October

Work Group Session 2: Monday 25th November

Work Group Session 3: Monday 3rd February

Work Group Session 4: Monday 4th May

Work Group Session 5: Monday 22nd June

 


 

Sign up for Lesson Design here

 

 


Joining a Work Group will require you to have an NCETM username for the final evaluation.

Click here to show you how to find yours or create an account, it is FREE!

 

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