Talking Maths – A Light Touch Intervention for Pupils in KS1, KS2 and KS3

Talking Maths is an effective intervention that enables children to access learning by providing mathematically meaningful opportunity for dialogue among'st children and between child and educator.

Talking Maths is an effective intervention that enables children to access learning by providing mathematically meaningful opportunity for dialogue amongst children and between child and educator.
 
This 10/12 week intervention can be administered by a teacher or a teaching assistant to groups of three children in 3 x forty minute sessions each week. Over this period the children’s mathematical reasoning, generalisation, prediction and recognition of patterns and relationships will be refined and developed.

This course is aimed at teachers who will support and monitor the implementation of the intervention in school and teaching assistants who will deliver this to children.

Please see our flyer attached for more information


Please enrol on this course in the usual way by completing the course application online on BSO or by faxing/sending the form to Courses Desk on fax no. 01274 385671. (4th Floor, Future House, Bolling Road, Bradford)

For further information contact Susan Sutcliffe by email: susan.sutcliffe@bradford.gov.uk
 

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Published: 19/03/2014
Audience: Key Stage 1, Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 Teachers and Teaching Assistants
Contact: Susan Sutcliffe

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