The aim of the Open Classroom event is to give you an insight into Teaching for Mastery and for those teachers that have taken part in a Work Group, the opportunity to observe the skill and experience of the Shanghai teachers in action.
At the event you will:
Several thousand teachers across England have already been part of this immensely valuable opportunity.
This academic year, the Shanghai Open Classroom events will be held in January 2019 in Leeds at Holy Rosary and St Annes Catholic Primary School.
This is a one off morning event showcasing what teaching for mastery is. This is designed for teachers who want to know a little more about teaching for mastery but are not ready to take the plunge to join one of our programmes.
Delegates get the opportunity to see a mastery lesson in action and discuss the lesson in a Teacher Research Group style as well as hearing a little about the overview of what teaching for mastery is.
The Yorkshire and the Humber Maths Hub is delighted to bring you this one day event specifically designed for ITT students.
The day aims to inform and inspire you to learn more about ‘Teaching for Mastery’ a nationally funded initiative led by the MathsHubs.
Book now for the opportunity to have a deep insight into the 5 Big Ideas of Teaching for Mastery, a taster in how to plan for understanding and how to use manipulatives at both Primary and Secondary.
You will hear from expert speakers and take away strategies for your current teaching practice and through your teaching career.
Friday 25th January 2019, 9:00 -15:00 at the Outwood Institute of Education, Adwick, Tenter Balk Lane, DN6 7EQ.
Maths & Primary ITT Students (PGCE)
Times / Tickets:
PGCE Students: 9:00 – 15:00
Full day conference with fantastic key notes and workshops specifically designed for ITT students.
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