Thursday 25th January 2018 (9:15am-3:30pm)
Tuesday 6th March 2018 (4pm-6pm)
Wednesday 2nd May 2018 (4pm-6pm)
Thursday 5th July 2018 (9:15am-3:30pm)
Who is this work group aimed at?
The Central Maths Hub is looking to identify up to 20 schools/colleges to be involved in this work group. This is a work group that is suitable for primary, secondary and FE colleagues at all stages of their professional education. Outcomes from the work group will be shared with colleagues within and beyond the hub region.
What are the key themes of the work group?
The construct ‘mathematical resilience’ allows learners to manage and protect themselves from unhelpful emotions, such as mathematics anxiety, that may arise when mathematics becomes difficult to learn, and to recruit appropriate support. Mathematical resilience is not just something that learners do or do not have, it can be grown. We will explore the Growth Zone Model as a means to help learners understand and articulate their feelings when they are learning mathematics. We will also explore how teaching for mathematical resilience enables learners to become convinced that they can do mathematics. Teaching for resilience involves learners developing
What is actually involved?
Involvement in this work group consists of the following elements:
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