Elements of Teaching for Mastery
Elements of Teaching for Mastery

Assessment

Assessment values depth of learning, knowing 'why' as well as knowing 'that' and knowing 'how'.

Source Guidance/Examples/Links/Stimuli
NCETM Assessment Materials Produced by NCETM, working in conjunction with the Maths Hubs programme and Oxford University Press, these materials are designed to support teachers in assessing pupils’ depth of understanding. They are divided into six separate documents, one for each of Years 1 to 6 inclusive and each document starts with an introduction to the principles of teaching for mastery and the implications for assessment in mathematics in the context of the new curriculum.
NCETM Guidance on Marking The guidance suggests that the widespread practice of teachers giving individual and unique written tips and targets to every child in a class after every piece of work is an ineffective use of time.
NCETM Guidance on Marking (Secondary) The guidance suggests that the widespread practice of teachers giving individual and unique written tips and targets to every child in a class after every piece of work is an ineffective use of time.
NCETM Progression Maps KS1 & 2
Free progression maps for KS1 & 2 produced by NCETM.
Exemplar Mastery Style Assessments Freely available assessment items from the White Rose Maths Hub linked to the mastery overviews and schemes of learning described earlier in this document. For both Primary (inc Mixed Age) and Secondary.
Exemplar +/- and Fractions Examples of assessment materials provided by Chafford Hundred Primary at the National Forum Shanghai Primary Exchange 2016 with ppt.
Assessing without Levels A stage based approach by Kangaroo Maths
Assessment Guidance
Assessing Addition & Subtraction
Assessing Fractions
Assessing Multiplication & Division
Assessing Place Value
Assessing Reasoning
Moderating Fluency
Draft guidance from Kent and Medway Maths Hub, these are being trialed and refined currently.
Question Marking? A blog from Charlie Stripp (Director of NCETM) about marking.
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