eMathMaster is a proud partner of The Dean Trust

The core pedagogy of eMathMaster was created by skilled and accredited maths teacher trainers at The Dean Trust. The curriculum has been accurately changed to fit US standards, ensuring the language, format and content matches the most up to date US national curriculum. eMathMaster has collaborated with excellent American maths specialists and teachers to curate outstanding maths training for teachers and students across America.

The Dean Trust is a medium-sized multi-academy Trust in the United Kingdom, with a sustained and proven track record of leading successful schools and supporting schools experiencing challenge to improve standards and outcomes for pupils.

The Dean Trust is proud to be playing a significant role in providing high quality school places and engaging nationally recognised and highly reputable businesses to provide a traditional, yet innovative, and aspirant curriculum where all pupils, regardless of academic, social or economic position can Believe, Achieve and Succeed.

Strong partnerships in education and business (UK Department for Education, Outstanding Leadership Partnership, National College, Best Practice Network, Manchester United, UKFast and eMathsMaster/eMathMaster) positions us to actively engage in supporting the resolution of local and national challenges within education.

In response to the well-publicised national mathematics teacher recruitment crisis, eMathsMaster/eMathMaster has been jointly developed by USP Software and The Dean Trust.

At The Dean Trust, we believe that all teachers are potential teachers of mathematics. This is of particular importance within the Primary and key stage 3 phases of education where, far too often, pupils are taught by non-maths specialists or by teachers who feel less confident in their ability to deliver engaging and challenging maths lessons.

Whilst there are many good teachers in our schools, the supply of maths teachers does not meet the increasing demand.

eMathsMaster provides teachers, schools and training providers with an innovative online training solution which empowers non-maths specialists to become confident and effective teachers of mathematics.

Through a suite of professionally produced interactive learning videos, teachers develop their maths mastery as they experience a graduated, stepped approach to building their knowledge and skills. Teachers develop confidence within a range of teaching methods and have the opportunity to reflect upon and prepare to tackle common misconceptions. The comprehensive resource base and stepped mastery approach equips teachers to teach all Primary and Secondary year groups up to GCSE grade 9.

eMathMaster allows non-math specialists to work in their own time, in their preferred learning environment and at their own pace, with the security of knowing that they have that ongoing reference and support.

An additional incentive for teachers is that the resources can be used in their lessons to introduce, consolidate and challenge learning, addressing another current concern, workload.

We believe that we have developed a unique solution to training non-math teachers to be effective math teachers.

Sample Video Lessons

eMathMaster K12 - eMathMaster Lesson Sample 5 - Geometry

eMathMaster K12 - eMathMaster Teaching Techniques Sample 7

eMathMaster K12 - eMathMaster Lesson Sample 4 - Operations in Fractions

eMathMaster K12 - eMathMaster Teaching Techniques Sample 3

 

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Teach Kindergarten through to Grade 5/6

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Kindergarten through to Grade 12.
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As a passionate mathematics educator seeking always to find better and new ways to teach my students, I really value what eMathMaster has to offer. The lessons are insightful and engaging and provide strong visual and auditory reinforcement of the material better than anything else I have seen on the market. The teacher training videos offer insight that normally has to be gleaned through years of teaching experience and introduce insightful ways of teaching the material. I can genuinely say that I have learned valuable tricks along the way, even though I have been teaching for 15 years. Some of the techniques have sparked conversations amongst colleagues and have provided us with alternative means of explaining lessons.

- Kerri Hallihan, Scituate High School

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