16 June 2020
By School Improvement - Secondary

Maths Network Meeting: Personal Best Maths through Ipsative Assessment

Assessment culture is important for both student wellbeing and is effective in ensuring desired outcomes. Andrew’s introduction blog for his workshop at Maths Conf23 explores more about how Ipsative assessment can provide a more positive experience for all students.

You can read Andrew's blog in full here: Personal Best Maths through Ipsative Assessment

Andrew is also holding a Network Meeting for head of maths departments with focus on Year 6 to Year 7 transition. This is being held virtually on 26 June 2020 and starts at either 11am or 4pm.

Find out more about the Network Meetings here

For anything else, please contact Andrew Woods: