Wednesday, November 3, 2021
9:15 am - 12:00 pm
Audience: Mathematics Subject Leaders Location: Online Cost: £100 + VAT (Click4 Members), Non- members £150 + VAT Consultant(s): Kate Burton
“The bar modelling method can be used as a bridge from arithmetic to early algebra. It is a useful interim method for abstracting arithmetic and algebraic expressions from word problems.”
Ofsted Research Review on Mathematics Education 2021
This course will provide leaders of mathematics with the opportunity to:
- develop strong, systemic links from specialist arithmetic structures to generalising for algebra
- promote component-based teaching sequences that offer memorable composites for deep, retained knowledge
For maths subject leaders to have a leadership model:
- for a systemic approach to the teaching of arithmetic to algebra
- for making a significant impact on how teaching sequences are planned and taught
Please read our Virtual Course terms & conditions before reserving your place –
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Invoices will be sent after the initial online meeting session.
Course delegates will receive a link to the required documents the day before the full session of each course, with the expectation that these will be downloaded prior to the course.
It is the school’s responsibility to ensure that delegates’ IT systems / laptops are set up and to have access to the materials e.g. on a local drive.
Click4Teaching cannot be held responsible for any technical difficulties arising from IT issues.
It will be possible for delegates to access this course from school or home, in accordance with the school’s policy on home working, however, some tasks may include small group working with pupils. In the event of a delegate working from home, it is anticipated that they will plan for working with pupils at a later date.
Kate Burton Mathematics Ltd. & Chris Ogden Education Ltd. reserve the right not to accept a course booking.
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