OUP Author and Trainer Tony Beadsworth shares insights on making Mathsâ€™ classes more engaging!
University Press India (OUPI) today organized an interactive IGCSE mathâ€™s workshop for school teachers. The workshop was led by Tony Beadsworth, author of OUPâ€™s Complete Additional Mathematics for Cambridge IGCSEÂ® & O level. The workshop focused on building exam success for Cambridge IGCSE Maths and introduced the teachers to innovative lesson planning and activity ideas that will help them make the students Â overcome their flaws in the subject and solve the most complex queries in a simpler manner.
The trainer Mr. Tony Beadsworth emphasized on how correct application of concepts could simplify the most complex and tricky topics in mathematics and thereby help students achieve success in IGCSE exams. He stressed on bridging the gap between IGCSE and A Levels/Diploma Program and adopting interactive teaching methodologies so as to make the subject more student friendly. His tips on the subject will help teachers to plan and manage the course curriculum more effectively by prioritizing the chapters.
The workshop by Mr. Beadsworth saw participation from over 43 School teachers from 21 prominent schools in Mumbai.
Tony Beadsworth holds a graduate degree from four universities, three in the UK. His tutelage includes Mathematics at O-levels, IGCSE, A-levels (including Further Mathematics) at a range of secondary, tertiary and Sixth Form institutions in East Africa, the UK and Malaysia for over 50 years. He has also been a tutor-counsellor for the UKâ€™s Open University, tutoring first and second year university students, having an extensive experience in examining. Currently semi-retired and living in Kuala Lumpur, he spends his time teaching, writing, and helping Malaysian students prepare for entrance examinations to the UK universities.