eMathsMaster Teacher Training 

eMathsMaster is used to retrain non-maths specialists, non-maths teachers, teaching assistants and NQTs to effectively deliver high quality maths lessons from Key Stage 2 through to GCSE, level 9. eMathsMaster can be used as a tool to support teachers' existing schemes of work, as a hybrid solution. Primary school teachers will use eMathsMaster Primary Teacher edition. Secondary school teachers and teachers who teach GCSE maths in FE colleges will use eMathsMaster Teacher GCSE edition.

eMathsMaster's dual solution is successfully delivering better learning outcomes in classrooms across the UK:

HOW TEACHERS USE EMATHSMASTER

eMathsMaster can be used in a variety of ways to help improve maths teaching and learning:

eMathsMaster Teacher Training 

eMathsMaster is used to retrain non-maths specialists, non-maths teachers, teaching assistants and NQTs to effectively deliver high quality maths lessons from Key Stage 2 through to GCSE, level 9. eMathsMaster can be used as a tool to support teachers' existing schemes of work, as a hybrid solution. Primary school teachers will use eMathsMaster Primary Teacher edition. Secondary school teachers and teachers who teach GCSE maths in FE colleges will use eMathsMaster Teacher GCSE edition.

eMathsMaster's dual solution is successfully delivering better learning outcomes in classrooms across the UK:

HOW TEACHERS USE EMATHSMASTER

eMathsMaster can be used in a variety of ways to help improve maths teaching and learning:

Maths teacher training (CPD)

A non-maths specialist, non-maths teacher, teaching assistant or NQT who is delivering maths lessons will complete the eMathsMaster teacher training programme. eMathsMaster helps them teach maths better in class and provides an organised layout for lesson planning, when following the eMathsMaster scheme of teaching. A good teacher can confidently deliver high quality lessons as soon as they have demonstrated mastery of topics, by completing modules.

POSITIVE TEACHER OUTCOMES:

  • Access to a variety of teaching techniques, learning methods and common misconceptions.
  • Helps teacher with lesson planning, maths lessons are easier to deliver.
  • Reduces pressure on maths specialists as online training resource is available 24/7, reduces time and teacher workload. 

Lesson planning resource for maths teachers

Maths teacher shows eMathsMaster lesson films in class, as part of their lesson planning and existing scheme of work. Teacher plays lesson film in class for students to watch altogether, then continues lesson on this topic as planned.

POSITIVE TEACHER OUTCOMES:

  • Maths lessons are easier to deliver.
  • Animated lesson films bring the maths to life and engage the class with the topic.
  • A fun and engaging way to introduce a topic and open a class.

Interactive classroom resource for teachers

Teacher completes training programme and shows eMathsMaster lesson films in class. When film is finished class is opened for discussion and teacher takes the students through the maths questions and assessment altogether as a class. Students raise hands to answer questions and teacher discusses answers. Teacher sets standard homework. 

POSITIVE TEACHER AND STUDENT OUTCOMES:

  • Maths lessons are easier to deliver.
  • Animated lesson films bring the maths to life and engage the class with the topic.
  • A fun and engaging way to teach a topic.
  • Interactive way to learn as students answer maths questions as a group and discuss answers together with the teacher.

The complete eMathsMaster Hybrid Solution

When a school uses the complete maths education solution with eMathsMaster, both students and teachers will have their very own training programme to complete their learning journey to maths mastery. eMathsMaster offers a GCSE pass guarantee to students who complete all modules in eMathsMaster. 

  1. Teacher completes eMathsMaster teacher training programme.
  2. Teacher plans lesson using eMathsMaster.
  3. Plays lesson film in class and takes students through the maths questions and assessments in class as a group, and teacher discusses answers with students.
  4. Teacher sets the class eMathsMaster homework. Students are asked to re-visit lessons covered in class and complete the maths questions and assessments by themselves at home, as part of revision, to achieve personal learning growth. For example, if the teacher and students complete Step 4, Lessons 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5 together in class, students will complete these at home. 
  5. Students will re-visit class topics as homework, but will also complete more of their own learning journey as they progress towards completing the learning programme, to become an eMathsMaster. The maths mastery method prevents students from skipping or moving on to new modules, ensuring students gain full understanding of the topic by mastering the current module. When a module is passed, the next one is unlocked for learning. 
  6. Teacher's management tools track students' progress, one-on-one guidance or group sessions hosted by the teacher for topics that are not being mastered at home. Class reports can be created and individual student progress date is available to teachers.
  7. Teacher and students follow eMathsMaster scheme of work in class and at home.
  8. Teacher can create their own material using the eMathsMaster course creator. This includes courses, maths questions and assessments, tests etc, which can then be assigned as homework or used in class.

POSITIVE TEACHER AND STUDENT OUTCOMES:

  • Helps teacher with lesson planning, reduces pressure on maths specialist as online training resource is available 24/7, reduces time and teacher workload.
  • Animated lesson films bring the maths to life and engage the class with the topic. A fun and engaging way to teach a topic. Interactive way to learn as students answer maths questions as a group and discuss answers together with the teacher.
  • Students achieve personal learning growth and satisfaction from mastering maths. Mastery method ensures students understand each and every topic, even if they fall behind in class or are too shy to raise their hand.
  • Teacher can track students' individual progress to ensure every student is successfully progressing and confident in their understanding.
  • Student interest and engagement improves as students realise gains in learning.
  • Teachers' job satisfaction increases as impact is realised through student enjoyment, progress and achievement.

Video Gallery Lessons & Teaching Techniques