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Discover Numicon in Supporting Children with SEND (Remote Training)

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Join us for two digital morning sessions where you will learn how to use Numicon Breaking Barriers and Big Ideas.

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Key Learning Outcomes

This digital workshop, delivered over the course of two afternoon sessions, focuses on the Numicon Breaking Barriers and Numicon Big Ideas publication. It is designed to give you the opportunity to:

  • Develop an understanding of the Numicon manipulatives and how they make abstract  mathematical ideas real and ‘visible’;
  • Experience the Numicon approach in action and consider how it can successfully support the learning needs of children who have not yet met key age-related objectives;
  • Understand more about the barriers to mathematics some children may face;
  • Discover how Numicon Breaking Barriers and Big Ideas support the assessment and reteaching of key mathematical ideas from Years 1-3/P2-4 and Years 4-6/P5-7; 
  • Discover useful ideas and strategies which can be applied back in your classroom.  

Agenda

  • Introduction to the Numicon manipulatives
  • Prerequisite skills for success in early mathematics
  • Barriers to success in mathematics
  • Key mathematical ideas with Numicon
  • Increase teacher confidence in how to support the learning of children working below age related expectation and those with SEND 

Session 1 - 13th September 2021 - 9.30-12.00 (BST)

Session 2 - 20th September 2021 - 9.30-12.00 (BST)

Remote Training

Split across two half-days, our new remote training allows you to access the same Numicon workshops as before – only virtually and without the travel costs. Book onto this course and receive links to two interactive Microsoft Teams workshops, led by an expert Numicon consultant. You’ll have plenty of opportunities during both sessions to try out activities, ask questions and speak to Numicon users from other schools.

Who should attend?

Head teachers, Subject Leaders, SENCOs, teachers and TAs working in special schools and anyone teaching and supporting children with maths difficulties.

Registration

Once you have booked your ticket all delegates will receive a link to the digital sessions via Microsoft Teams. The link will be sent when ticket sales close or the maximum number of spaces has been reached. You will also receive a breakdown of the content in each session, as well as a list of resources or materials that you will need.

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Cancellation can be made up to 5 working days before the event by contacting us directly at globalpd@oup.com

For enquiries, email globalpd@oup.com

For more  information about Numicon, please visit www.oxfordprimary.co.uk/numicon.

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Our Privacy Policy sets out how Oxford University Press handles your personal information, and your rights to object to your personal information being used for marketing to you or being processed as part of our business activities.

Please note that these sessions will not be recorded by OUP and that delegates will not have permission to record the sessions.

Please note that for safeguarding reasons, we will pass on your name, email address and your school to the event host and consultant only. No other personal information will be shared.

Delegates will receive a confirmation email before the training and a follow up email will be sent after all the sessions have been completed.

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