This full-day CPD event will include a broad discussion of the importance of connecting learning through multiple representations of concepts and ideas when modelling and teaching.
In order to secure greater depth of understanding and to give the highest possible chance for pupils to make meaning of mathematical structure, new learning should always include opportunities to explore ideas through concrete and image based manipulatives, all the time making connections to efficient symbolic and abstract approaches with explicit and precise mathematical language.
During this hands-on event, we will take a look at several mathematical ideas and how they might be taught through a CPAL approach.
Mark is the UK's leading authority on teaching for mastery. He has trained over 2000 schools in mastery models for schooling in the UK and overseas.
A leading figure in mathematics education, Mark has led many large-scale government education initiatives, both in the UK and overseas. Mark was a Director at the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics (NCETM) and has also been a school leader, an Advanced Skills Teacher, a school inspector and a teacher trainer. He founded and was Chairman of the Teacher Development Trust.
Mark has extensive experience of mathematics teaching and learning across all age and ability groups, having taught students from age 3 to PhD!
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