Struggling Mathematicians

Overview of the course
  • Practical methods for raising achievement
  • How to implement the different models for understanding mathematics
  • Links with other learning difficulties, including:
    • Dyscalculia
    • ADD
    • How and why to space learning

 

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Description

Boost confidence of those struggling with mathematics

Understand why and how children struggle with maths

Unpick the links with ADD/Dyscalculia/attentional problems

Techniques to deepen mathematical thinking in your students

Resources review

Practical activities for the classroom

Number: place value games and mental strategies

Algebra: number chains, movement games and patterns

Geometry: Investigate 9-dot shapes, tangram puzzles

Mathematical vocabulary: meet new words, definitions game

Great ideas for troublesome topics

Number: place value games, fraction disc calculations, mental strategies

Algebra: number chains, movement games and patterns

Geometry: Investigate 9-dot shapes, tangram puzzles

Mathematical vocabulary: meeting new words, definitions game

Creating a mathematical climate

  • Early Number

  • Fluency and reasoning

  • Problem solving

  • Fractions

  • Developing early algebra

  • Variation

Delegates receive

  • Formative assessment strategies

  • Techniques to utilise TAs

  • Ways to build efficient classroom ‘teams’ with a mathematical climate

  • Lunch and refreshments

  • Online post-course support

  • Delegate file including CPD certificate

Additional information

Subject

Maths & Numeracy

Course Type
Job Title

SENCo, Subject Head, Subject Teacher, Teaching Assistant

Key Stage

Key Stage 2, Key Stage 3, Key Stage 4

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