Morning half day conference: Turn your pupils into fluent maths thinkers
With more emphasis on deepening understanding, teachers are embracing new approaches to teaching mathematics. The new curriculum aims to build fluency and understanding of underlying mathematical concepts. Vocabulary is now of major importance, as is problem solving and there is more and more talk of mastery. So what does this mean for primary teachers?
The maths sessions will look in detail at approaches that enable pupils to achieve confidence and competence in maths. It will provide an introduction to maths mastery, what it is and how can we implement it. It will explore practical ways to develop pupils’ fluency in mathematics and to embed problem solving and reasoning into lessons. It will provide tips and advice on planning for the new curriculum and look at new vocabulary and the importance of representation.
Explore practical ways to develop pupils’ fluency in maths and enhance progression
Gain insights into what mastery is and how you can adopt a maths mastery approach in your school
Take away practical techniques to embed problem solving and reasoning into lessons
Improve your understanding of new curriculum maths vocabulary and the importance of representation
Who should attend:
Head Teachers, Deputy Head Teachers, Maths Subject Leaders and Class Teachers