News from Maths Pathways website May 2023
A change in curriculum is the perfect time to reflect on your current approach to teaching and learning. It might feel like you already have enough to prepare for, but taking on a new approach could better support you and your class during this transition.
The right support can reduce the extensive workload created by endless administrative tasks, preparing curriculum-aligned content and organising lessons that cater to individual student needs.
When considering a new approach it’s important to ask yourself these three questions:
Is your current strategy to strengthen student engagement and improve growth rates meeting your expectations?
Is it difficult and time-consuming to find the data you need to inform practice and group students by individual needs?
Are you feeling overwhelmed by the amount of work that is required to switch your classes to the new curriculum?
If answering those questions sparks anxiety, it might be time to start researching your options so you have the right support organised. We know this can be time-consuming, but it’s important to have all the information you need to make an informed decision.
There are many good quality resources available on the market today. With the ongoing development of EdTech, companies have been able to take their resources to the next level. However, this can’t be said for all offerings, with many claiming to be personalised and curriculum aligned without having the evidence and results to prove this.