University of East Anglia UEA
Mathematics (Subject Knowledge Enhancement)
Participants begin the course by undertaking a comprehensive subject knowledge audit to assess their individual needs; this is followed by a planned series of taught sessions, seminars and individual work tailored to the needs of the group to enable students to meet their own personal targets; to ensure good progress is being made, these are monitored by the tutor and reviewed part way through the course and new or revised targets are identified upon discussion; taught sessions focus on the main areas of development identified; other needs are met via seminars, individual and group work and tutorials; participants have access to a variety of resources; as part of the course participants are expected to write up their own learning diary to demonstrate their progress to meeting their targets; opportunities for reflection on learning are built into the daily structure in the form of a final plenary session; students are also asked to complete a daily course evaluation sheet asking them to grade, on a 1 to 5 basis, the content, presentation and usefulness of different aspects of the day. Applications must be made direct to the provider.
Prospective teacher training students who have been advised to attend the mathematics subject knowledge enhancement course.
KS3 and 4 National Curriculum: ratio and proportion; iterative techniques; simultaneous equations; functions; trigonometry; circle properties; loci; volume and area scale factors; sampling methods; statistical diagrams and analysis; probability; participants are guided through the progression of topics from GCSE through AS- to A-level; the emphasis is likely to be on pure mathematics topics: nature and methods of proof; algebraic techniques; calculus; coordinate and vector geometry; discrete and limiting processes; infinity and infinite processes; mechanics; statistics; discrete mathematics.
Practical work; investigations; problem solving; interactive teaching; peer tutoring; discussion; exposition and practice; use of information communication technology e.g. graph drawing packages, spreadsheets, interactive geometric software, internet.
|Qualification||Study mode||Start month||Fee||Course duration|
|Enhancement Course||Full-time||-||2 weeks|
|Campus name||Town||Postcode||Region||Main campus||Campus||Partner|
|University of East Anglia||Norwich||NR4 7TJ||East of England|