The documents below have been designed to support teachers and Mathematics subject departments in planning.
This self-guided interactive CPD is entitled Planning for Teaching, Learning and Assessment. It will give you the opportunity to consider how your school's plan can enable students to experience mathematics as a connected body of ideas.
It can be used individually or as a subject department. The approaches, ideas and concepts presented are not intended to be definitive, and teachers could well form a different set of ideas or try alternative approaches. They may be useful to think about when considering your school's approach to planning.
The anticipated time to complete the core part of this interactive CPD is 1 hour and 30 minutes.
This resource is a downloadable Word document which you will need to engage with this self-guided CPD Planning for Teaching, Learning and Assessment. Use the 'Click to view or download' button to access your own copy of this resource.
The core parts of this document are:
The video found here is from Youcubed at Stanford. Their main goal is to inspire, educate and empower teachers of mathematics, transforming the latest research on math learning into accessible and practical forms.
This video is featured as part of the Concepts and Connections portion of the interactive booklet of this self-guided CPD.
The template found here can be used to map out an overview of first-year maths in your school.
There are prompt questions included which can be used to support how you think about and/or discuss your plans as they develop. These prompt questions may also support you with the ongoing review of your plans.
The resource found here may be useful when creating or reviewing Units of Learning.
There are prompt questions included which can be used to support how think about and/or discuss your units of learning as they develop. These prompt questions may also support you with the ongoing review of your units of learning.
The resources in this section were developed for our webinar 'Planning for Teaching, Learning and Assessment: One School's Approach.
We would recommend that you view the webinar, available on this page, to see how the resources were developed and their potential for adaptation for your own school context.
Our thanks to the staff of ETSS Wicklow for their contributions to these supports for teachers.