Maths in the Early Years

Provider: Jayne Spiller education
£180.00 (no VAT on this item)

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Description This course has been re-designed using new material to equip teachers and teaching assistants working in the Early Years with an understanding of how mathematics can genuinely be included in other aspects of the EYFS as a strategy to develop learning across the EYFS curriculum. We'll answer questions like "How can children's understanding of numbers to 20 be developed through understanding the world?" and "How can children develop their expressive and creative skills through maths?"
Duration One day
Website

Jayne Spiller education's website

http://www.stemworks.co.uk/
Categories Teaching and Learning, Early Years/Foundation, Mathematics / Numeracy, Support Staff, Teaching staff, Learning Support, Excellent Teacher, Main-scale (core) teacher, Newly Qualified Teacher, Subject Knowledge, Out of school
Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

 

This course has been re-designed using new material to equip teachers and teaching assistants working in the Early Years with an understanding of how mathematics can genuinely be included in other aspects of the EYFS as a strategy to develop learning across the EYFS curriculum.

We'll answer questions like "How can children's understanding of numbers to 20 be developed through understanding the world?" and "How can children develop their expressive and creative skills through maths?" 

 

The areas covered are

  • developing effective approaches for teaching and learning to ensure that mathematical problem solving and reasoning supports learning in other curriculum areas

  • maximise the potential of mathematics in all areas of learning that the EYFS classroom offers particularly the outdoor environment (natural and made)

  • what does good learning look like? Capturing evidence to show progress

Evidence underpinning this approach

Working with teachers in EY classrooms 

How users/participants can evaluate success

Feedback from observations and learning walks. Quality maths learning as seen when delegates observe and participate in learning and record outcomes in children's learning journals. Good level of mathematical development is achieved by more children.

Follow-up activities and support

Delegates will be encouraged to undertake collaborative follow up activities with colleagues and then share outcomes within their schools

Details

9th December 2015

9am to 4pm

This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.