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What is dyscalculia and how do we identify it? (Virtual)

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£60

Virtual

This session will look at some of the reasons why children struggle with maths. It will explore general skills that are needed to learn maths and then look at what distinguishes dyscalculia from general maths learning difficulties. It will look at some of the indicators and screening products available.

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Maths anxiety and how to support it (Virtual)

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£60

Virtual

This session will explore the causes, symptoms and consequences of maths anxiety and how learners can be supported. It will also address some of the other issues that affect maths learning such as cognitive style, language and factors such as gender, culture and perception.

Part of an Accredited Course

Using concrete materials to develop conceptual understand (Virtual)

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£60

Virtual

This session will build on early number skills to demonstrate how concrete materials can be used to establish visual representation and understanding of some complex mathematical concepts such as division, fractions and word problems.

Part of an Accredited Course

Developing early number skills (Virtual)

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£60

Virtual

This session will focus on the importance of establishing good understanding of number and the relationship between the symbol and word in counting systems but also the importance of establishing robust visual patterns of the values of number as well as the flexibility of numbers.

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What are the theories behind good teaching of maths (Virtual)

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£60

Virtual

This session will further explore good teaching practice. It will explore well know theorists and practitioners such as Mahesh Sharma, Richard Skemp and Jerome Bruner demonstrating the importance of using concrete materials and reviewing and revisiting topics to build on skills. It will also look at techniques for mastery.