How to keep the ‘rapid graspers’ engaged: challenging the higher attaining pupil mathematicians
DateThu, 7th February, 2019
Time9:30 am - 3:30 pm
LocationSt William’s Primary School, William’s Loke, Norwich
(plus 20% VAT - VAT Reg.No: 188 0821 84)
This course will explore ways to enrich the experiences of our ‘rapid graspers’/higher attaining pupils through deepening their understanding of mathematical structures and building up their resilience through engaging in complex tasks.
During this course participants will:
• consider practical and engaging ways of keeping the whole class together whilst ensuring that children who complete work set quickly can be extended
• reflect upon pedagogies that will enable children to develop their mathematical understanding
• explore activities that encourage children to demonstrate depth in different areas of the curriculum
£160.00 for 1 and £300 for 2 places
Course name:How to keep the ‘rapid graspers’ engaged: challenging the higher attaining pupil mathematicians
Date:Thu, 7th February, 2019
Time:9:30 am - 3:30 pm
Location:St William’s Primary School, William’s Loke, Norwich
Price:£160.00 (Plus 20% VAT – VAT Reg.No: 188 0821 84)
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Lynne was until recently, Senior Lecturer in Primary Mathematics Education at the University of Brighton, where she taught Mathematics Curriculum Studies on the BA and Post Graduate programmes and still works as a placement tutor supporting ITE students.
Lynne has 20+ years’ Primary experience across the primary phase in various roles, e.g. Deputy Head, Maths leader and Foundation Stage coordinator.
Lynne has been a Primary Mathematics consultant in various LAs, supporting subject leader development, book scrutinies and moderation sessions. Recent training has focussed on problem solving, conjecturing and generalising, developing mathematical talk and bar-modelling. She has been exploring ways to encourage all children, and teachers, to develop self-efficacy and resilience and see the relevance of maths in their everyday lives.