Visible Maths Pedagogy
UCL Institute of Education, Elvin Hall, WC1H 0AL

25 January 2020


Title: Visible Maths Pedagogy

Presenters: Alba Fejzo and Tiago Carvalho

Summary: The Visible Maths Pedagogy participatory action research project, based at Stoke Newington School, is a collaboration between Alba Fejzo and Tiago Carvalho (both mathematics teachers at the school) and Dr. Pete Wright (UCL Institute of Education). The study focuses on developing strategies teachers can use to make their pedagogy more visible, i.e. to help all students recognise their intentions as teachers, whilst adopting progressive approaches to teaching secondary mathematics in mixed attainment groups. It aims to explore the potential of these strategies to reduce the large gaps in mathematics achievement existing between children from different socio-economic groups. In this session we will model some of the activities and strategies developed through the project and discuss some of the findings. You can find out more about the project at:

Date and Time: Sat, 25 January 2020  10:00 – 12:30 GMT

Location:  UCL Institute of Education - Elvin Hall, 20 Bedford Way, London WC1H 0AL

The charge will be £10 cash to be collected on the door unless you have already attended an event this academic year and already paid your £10. All sessions are free for teachers in their initial training year.

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Branch contact:  Mark Horley