Teaching GCSE Mathematics (TGM) is open for applications

Posted: 19/08/2020

Those new to teaching GCSE Mathematics, whether currently training, newly qualified, or returning to the classroom, may be interested in MEI’s professional development course, Teaching GCSE Mathematics (TGM). TGM has been designed to support GCSE Mathematics teachers to develop their confidence, subject knowledge and pedagogical skills. This course is suitable for teachers from secondary, further education and a range of settings.

The course will provide participants with a blend of face-to-face study days and flexible online learning. The study days will cover subject areas such as proportional reasoning, geometry, and algebra, and will take place on Friday 29 and Saturday 30 January 2021 and Thursday 24 and Friday 25 June 2021. The live online sessions explore pedagogic themes such as Building confidence, Developing understanding, and Diagnostic teaching (including digital technologies). All TGM course tutors are accredited NCETM professional development leads.

Course participants will receive a wide range of benefits, such as:

  • access to self-paced learning modules that cover all the main foundation topics, with a focus on strengthening subject knowledge
  • exclusive access to a TGM-only welcome session at the MEI Conference 2021, a choice of all of the conference's public sessions, and a lunchtime catch-up to talk about and reflect on your experiences
  • two years’ access to an extensive collection of online teaching and classroom resources that have been developed especially to support learning on this course.

Registrations for TGM are now open. This course costs £500.

Find out more and apply

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