Teacher Subject Specialist Training Programme in MATHS

TSST will up-skill non-specialist and returning teachers in secondary maths. The NTSA will draw upon best practice, strong partnerships and existing expertise within the system to deliver outcomes.

The key purpose of TSST is:

To improve the maths subject knowledge of non-specialist teachers by offering school-led teacher subject specialism training This includes non-specialist teachers who could potentially teach maths in addition to their main subject and teachers who want to retrain as math teachers.
To provide greater support to teachers wishing to return to the profession through access to subject specialism training courses.

Course Length

November 2016 – July 2016

Twilight Sessions 4pm-6pm On
02/11/15
18/01/16
07/03/16
09/05/16

What is the commitment to the course?

Twilight sessions, Online study support, Negotiated independent learning tasks, One to one tutorials.

course suitability

All primary, secondary and 6th Form College qualified teachers, non-Math specialists

Cost

£0

impact for you?

To secure your Math understanding and pedagogy strategies, enabling you to deliver Maths in the classroom.

impact for your school?

To provide strong resource for an increased capacity in Math delivery.

What will you take away with you? e.g. resources, learning points etc.

A range of practical strategies, network contacts giving you the confidence to deliver Math at either KS2, KS3, KS4 or KS5 depending on your individual baseline. Along with Masters level 7 credits.

Venue

Ninestiles Teaching School Training Suite
Ninestiles School, An Academy
B27 7QG

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