Making connections and reasoning mathematically - using learning journals

In Singapore and Japan, teachers encourage pupils to record their mathematics in a different way from how we in the UK have traditionally recorded mathematics. Explore examples of learning journals, understand how this approach complements the teaching for mastery approach and hav a go!

In my role as Maths Leader at St Mary's & St Peter's Cathoilc Primary School I have been implementing journalling for the last four years. Come and learn from our success!!!!

 

Audience -  Mathematics subject leaders, Key stage 1 and 2 Teachers, HLTAs, NQTs

Outline - In Singapore and Japan, teachers lead their pupils to record their mathematics in a different way from how we in the UK have traditionally recorded learning mathematics. This course will look at examples of pupils’ learning journals from a range of year groups, understand how this approach complements the teaching for mastery approach and provide an opportunity to see the course leader demonstrate how to use journaling with a group of children from Parkland Primary School.

When - Tuesday 15th October 2019 1.15pm - 3.50 pm

Where  - Parkland Primary School, Bradford BD10 9BG -

Cost - £65 per delegate (£10 discount per additional teacher from the same school)

How to book - email mark@totallymaths.co.uk for a booking form or follow this link


Opportunity

Published: 04/07/2019
Audience: Headteachers, SLT, Maths leaders, Teachers
Contact: Mark Hattersley - NCETM PD Lead

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