PGCE Secondary Mathematics

Bath Spa University
En London (Inglaterra)

£ 11,600 - ($ 313,057)
IVA inc.

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  • Seminario práctico
  • Intermediate
  • London (Inglaterra)
  • Duración:
    1 Year
  • Cuándo:
    A definir

Excellent teachers make a difference to the lives and futures of the people they teach. Developed in partnership with schools and Early Years settings, this Ofsted Outstanding rated programme will support you to become an innovative and inspiring maths teacher.

Our full-time programmes last for approximately 40 weeks; you’ll spend about two thirds of this time in a school or educational setting. Throughout the programme there is a dynamic relationship between your training in the University and your training in schools.

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¿Qué objetivos tiene esta formación?

This practical programme will teach you about life in the classroom. You’ll gain the knowledge and understanding necessary to reflect on your practice, and that of your colleagues, in order to improve your teaching and children's learning.

You’ll learn how to focus on an overarching goal related to teaching maths, as well as exploring research questions through collaborative and individual practices.

Children’s learning is at the heart of the programme; we’ll ask you to consider what ‘understanding’ means and how it can be developed and assessed.

When you graduate, you’ll be fully qualified to teach, with the essential skills and confidence that you’ll need to be successful in the classroom.

¿Esta formación es para mí?

All PGCE courses culminate in Qualified Teacher Status (QTS). This enables qualified Bath Spa Teachers to apply for a wider range of teaching posts and other education based employment.

This PGCE programme produces high calibre teachers with the relevant skills, knowledge, understanding and experiences necessary to enter a career in teaching.

Requisitos: In addition to the general entry requirements you are required to have a 2.2 honours degree or above in Mathematics or a related subject with at least 50% suitable maths content. In addition you need A-Level Maths. You are expected to have enthusiasm for mathematics and for working with children. You will need to demonstrate commitment to learning, both your own and for children. This is a demanding programme and on completion you will realise why teaching can be such a rewarding and satisfying profession. If you want to teach maths but are unsure if you have the necessary subject knowledge


Dónde se imparte y en qué fechas

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A definir
London, Inglaterra
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¿Qué aprendes en este curso?

GCSE Mathematics
Professional development
Secondary Mathematics
Teaching Maths
Educational Setting

Programa académico

University training

The programme provides a carefully structured balance of University and school based phases. During the first university phase we will concentrate on developing the knowledge and skills necessary for your first teaching practice. During the second university phase we consider teaching and learning at Key Stage 4 and A-level in greater depth.

School training

The School phases are with two different partner schools. The first six-week phase is before Christmas and the second fourteen-week phase runs from March. The first of these phases is usually in a pair, so you’ll take responsibility for teaching the classes whilst your partner supports you.

Course assessment

Assessment is designed to be progressive and to assist you in the provision of evidence to support your achievement against the Standards for QTS.

PGCE programmes are assessed in University, schools or other settings.

The evidence base includes:

·         Formally assessed assignments

·         Professional dialogue in progress reviews

·         The Professional Learning and Practice portfolio

·         School phase reports and observations

·         Professional development activities

·         Subject knowledge tests and tasks (where appropriate)

A personalised process of continuous assessment ensures that learning is appropriate and effective. Assessment takes account of both the programme experience and the school or setting and includes researching developing practice through assignment tasks. Support is provided to develop a rigorous evidence-based account of your educational journey.