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The Singapore Approach to Teaching Mathematics
Find out how the Singapore approach and Inspire Maths can transform Primary mathematics teaching and learning in your school
The new National Curriculum has higher expectations of pupils (and teachers) and requires learning for mastery. This workshop, led by UK experts in the Singapore approach to teaching and learning mathematics, will explore aspects of this approach that could help you to meet these increased standards whilst also creating confident and enthused learners of mathematics. Through this free afternoon workshop we will consider how to Singapore approach to mathematicsand the Inspire Maths programme:
- Develops fluency and mastery leading to deep conceptual understanding
- Uses a spiral approach to develop fluency, reasoning and problem-solving
- Utilises the ‘Singapore Bar’ model drawing method as a valuable problem-solving tool
- Embeds variation theory in effective textbook content to support pupil learning
When: Friday 4th May 2016, 13.15-16.30
Please note that registration is from 13.15. The event itself will start at 13.30.
Where: Three Legged Cross First & Nursery School, Church Road, Three Legged Cross, Wimborne, Dorset, BH21 6RF
This event is for Primary Head Teachers and Subject Leaders from schools who would like to find out more about the internationally acclaimed Singapore approach to teaching mathematics.
How many places are available: 36
Owing to the popularity of these events, places are limited to one delegate per school.
Parking information: Parking is available on the road directly outside the school.
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