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Key Ideas in Mentoring Mathematics Teachers

University College London via FutureLearn

Overview

Develop as a mentor of early career maths teachers

On this course, you’ll be led by experts from the UCL Institute of Education as you learn how to support less experienced maths teachers.

This course offers high-touch support from the course educators, including one live session in Week 3, as well as in-course discussion to help you boost your own subject knowledge in teaching secondary school students and apply new research to your teaching practice.

As a mentor, you’ll use your personal experience to reflect upon and develop further your practice as well as share your expertise with new teachers.

This course is suitable for those who have been teaching mathematics at secondary school level for at least three years. This background is needed as mentors draw upon their observations and wealth of knowledge as experienced teachers to suggest effective and workable approaches for maths lessons.

This background is necessary for mentors to draw upon their observations and knowledge as experienced teachers.

We recommend that you can access GeoGebra on the device you are using to access the course. The application is based online and offers a free download for a number of its tools.

Live sessions will be delivered at two points during the course. To participate in these it is recommended that learners source a device with audio input or separate headset.

Taught by

Cosette Crisan, and Eirini Geraniou

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