Securing Progression: Extending Young Mathematicians in Y1
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|Venue||Start Date||Start Time||Price|
|London Centre||October 13th, 2017||See description||$392.40|
At the centre of any good mathematics curriculum there should be the ‘three Rs’ of rules, relationships and reasons. Teaching in a way that supports children in developing mathematical thinking, rather than just learning a set of disparate facts and skills, will ensure that mastery of the subject is achieved. This in-depth course will enable teachers to evaluate their current practice, deepen their own knowledge and improve the quality of their mathematical planning and teaching.
During day one we will focus on looking at mathematical experiences that children can take part in while working in different areas of the curriculum. We will be considering how the way we create and label our learning zones promotes long term acquired mathematical learning over the course of the year.
On day two delegates will be asked to feedback any impact they have noticed from their gap task work, share their reflections and ideas for further development. The day will then focus on teaching approaches that promote exploration, investigation and challenge – planning coherent units of work that ensure progression for all children will also be discussed.
- A deeper understanding of the key concepts in maths and mathematical development.
- Inspiring and practical solutions to promote mathematical development in your classroom.
- Tools to help you evaluate your provision.
Two Day Course
Sharon Day, Associate Consultant
Yr1 Teachers, Maths Leaders