Mastery of Mathematics in Year 1(ECPD_12)

Provider: Education CPD+, University of Leicester
£130.00 + VAT

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Description This course will inspire delegates to think mathematically and will develop their own confidence in mathematics.
Duration 1 Day
Website

Education CPD+, University of Leicester's website

http://www2.le.ac.uk/departments/education/cpd-for-teachers/session-information/mastery-of-mathem...
Categories Primary, Teaching and Learning, Mathematics / Numeracy, Management, Support Staff, Teaching staff, Out of school
Learning outcomes for participants/users and, where relevant, pupils or students

These courses are ideal for class teachers wishing to explore practical activities and teaching approached that lead to deep learning of year group specific learning objectives and mastery of key mathematical concepts. Approaches to teaching reasoning skills to the whole class and challenging all children will be central to each course.

The courses will demonstrate how the approach to mastery can be implemented for all children regardless of ability in the daily mathematics lesson and their objectives are:

  • To develop knowledge of how children ‘master’ the important mathematical concepts in a particular year group;
  • To explore the use of a wide range of models and images to give children a deeper understanding of the key concepts in a particular year group;
  • To consider how to identify when children have mastered a concept; and
  • To consider different definitions of ‘mastery’ and exemplify these through selected high quality, practical activities.

Each course will take three key mathematical concepts and explore deep learning opportunities for each concept, exemplifying through high quality activities that can be used straight away in the classroom. They will also exemplify how evidence of deeper and broader learning can be identified for able children before accelerating to higher age group content.

This course will explore:

  • Mastery of early multiplication and division using, for example, arrays and Numicon;
  • Deep learning of Place Value using, for example, the abacus and ten frames; and
  • Progression in counting and sequences introducing prediction and algebraic thinking.
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This course does not have any pre-booked dates available. Please contact the provider directly to arrange this training.