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Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9-1) Mathematics post-16 resits live online clinic

Pearson Edexcel GCSE (9–1) Mathematics post-16 resits live online clinic

Providing expert advice on exam performance, support resources and teaching & learning approaches

Following the success of our series of live online clinics for GCSE (9–1) Maths as a post-16 resit in 2019, we're continuing to run them throughout 2020 as part of our ongoing support for our GCSE Maths post-16 centres.

There will be three free online sessions this term, where teachers, tutors, lecturers and curriculum leads delivering GCSE (9–1) Mathematics to post-16 learners will be able to discuss key themes and have their queries around the teaching and learning of GCSE (9–1) Mathematics as a post-16 resit answered in real time. The sessions will be hosted by one of our post-16 subject specialists.

The next event will be on Wednesday 26 February 2020 at 4:00–5:15 pm. This session will focus on feedback on the November series with a discussion about the best and weakest areas.

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Each session will start with a presentation on a specific topic targeted at post-16 and will then be opened up for questions from teachers. The sessions will be recorded and we’ll share short videos where the most popular questions are answered. 

Wednesday 12 February 2020 The use of manipulatives in maths FE.
Wednesday 26 February 2020 Feedback on the November series with a discussion about the best and weakest areas.
Wednesday 11 March 2020 How to engage and motivate learners in maths at post-16.
Monday 30 March 2020 Planning/Schemes of work for post-16 students and what works best in maths.

Free to attend, these online clinics are for maths teachers, tutors, lecturers and curriculum leads teaching GCSE (9–1) Mathematics as a post-16 resit. You can join the live online event and stay from beginning to end, or just drop in when you’re ready.

Simply book your place using the links below:

Wednesday 12 February 2020 The use of manipulatives in maths FE.
Wednesday 26 February 2020 Feedback on the November series with a discussion about the best and weakest areas.
Wednesday 11 March 2020 How to engage and motivate learners in maths at post-16.
Monday 30 March 2020 Planning/Schemes of work for post-16 students and what works best in maths.

You’ll be able to ask questions through the training platform and our team will answer them during the session. If too many questions are submitted during the session we will ensure that we respond to unanswered questions once the event is over.

In addition to gaining some useful advice and tips and having your questions answered, you can visit the Maths Emporium to access specific post-16 tools and resources developed by Pearson to help support you in the teaching and learning of GCSE (9–1) Mathematics as a post-16 resit.

You can register for an account to access the Maths Emporium by visiting www.mathsemporium.com or emailing mathsemporium@pearson.com.

Juliane Collings has been teaching in FE for the past 18 years. When she first started, Juliane taught English as well as Maths, mainly Basic Skills and Key Skills, but she moved to specialise in teaching mathematics eight years ago.

Juliane is currently the GCSE Mathematics and Mastery Lead at Fareham College. She delivers some Functional Skills at Level 1 and Level 2 but mainly teaches GCSE Maths resit courses with a large percentage of Foundation tier students. She also teaches the Higher tier syllabus but on a smaller scale.