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Understanding Secondary Maths Concepts

Introduction to curriculum strands

What makes a great maths teacher?

In this course, students will be asked to reflect on their beliefs around mathematics and think about what makes a great maths teacher. Students will also consider their current maths skills as well as the language and communication approaches that are known to work best.

This course has a four-week teaching period requiring a total of approximately 40 hours of learning. All course learning materials are available on demand.

About the course
What will you achieve?

By the end of the course, you'll be able to:

  • Review and consolidate specialist knowledge of areas of mathematics
  • Present and communicate teaching a maths concept effectively
  • Communicate including using ICT to represent mathematical ideas
What topics will you cover?
  • Beliefs about teaching maths
  • Communication and language in mathematics
  • Review of number and algebra strands
  • Review of measurement and geometry strands
  • Review of statistics and probability strands

To be eligible for a digital badge for this course, you will need to successfully complete an assessment which includes:

  • Choose out of mathematical concepts provided. Record yourself explaining two concepts.
  • Journal of reflections as you developed how to explain it – things you struggled with yourself – metacognitive aspect.
  • This optional assessment is due at the beginning of week 7
09 Jul 2023
29 Oct 2023
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