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If you are teaching early mathematics, for teacher sub-standard 3e, you need to consistently demonstrate a clear understanding of appropriate teaching strategies.

The types of evidence you can use to showcase this are:

  • Planning

  • Work scrutiny shows school policy for developing strategies is applied consistency e.g. use of correct graphing skills in Maths, Science, Humanities, PE etc.

  • Good use of TA’s

  • School policy outlining strategies, adherence to calculation policy

  • Lesson observations

  • CPD

  • Work scrutiny

  • Analysis of data

  • KS2 – 4 teachers with children with SEN in maths are aware of next steps and proactive in promoting calculation, data handling and using and applying mathematics

Remember that the evidence in isolation isn’t enough, you will need to annotate it to signpost exactly where/how you are meeting the standard.

You can use photographic evidence to support your evidence for this standard. Be sure to anonymise any student work or data by blacking out names or identifying details. You could use witness statements to support some of this evidence or a copy of CPD notes signed and dated by your mentor.

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