Moving to Maths 2.0, Non-moderated
PLEASE NOTE THAT THIS COURSE HAS FINISHED. ALL MATERIAL AND DISCUSSIONS REMAIN AVAILABLE AND YOU CAN ACCESS THEM VIA THE COURSE PAGE. TO ACCESS THE MODULES, PLEASE ENROLL FOR THE COURSE BUT BE AWARE THAT IT IS NOT POSSIBLE TO RECEIVE THE MODULE BADGES, THE COURSE BADGE, OR THE CERTIFICATE. PLEASE NOTE THAT SUPPORT IS NO LONGER PROVIDED BY THE COURSE INSTRUCTORS OR THE TEACHER ACADEMY TEAM FOR THIS COURSE.
A key challenge in teaching Maths is not only its fundamental principles, process and applications, but also fostering a sense of curiosity and confidence in transferring the knowledge and skills to new situations. In other words helping pupils to understand the relevance of this competence outside of the Maths classroom.
The course aims to address this situation by helping teachers develop students’ Mathematical competence as defined by the EU’s Key Competences framework: the ability to develop and apply mathematical thinking in order to solve a range of problems in everyday situations, with the emphasis being placed on process, activity and knowledge.
By the end of the course we will have an understanding why it is important to innovate and personalize Maths teaching. We will have developed a Learning Design that incorporates activities for different learners, developed a Learning Diary with key reflections on the course topics and shared resources to support Maths activities for students of different dominant intelligence types.
The course is substantially based on Irina Vasilescu’s Learning Event “Maths for Every Student” on eTwinning. Irina Vasilescu, an experienced Maths teacher and teacher trainer, will be directly involved in the running of the course as a course moderator and you'll have plenty of opportunities to directly interact with her.
Join us on this Teacher Academy course and meet like-minded pedagogues, find useful resources, learn about innovative pedagogy, and earn digital badges and a certificate recognising your work!
The course is entirely free and is organised as a MOOC-type course, allowing anyone to join.
Enroll now and join us via social media on Facebook here and via Twitter using #math2mooc
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