Training:    

Training:

Maths Mastery: Brilliant Bar Modelling!

 

 

“Inspirational training. The children are responding positively to new ideas and a more pictorial approach to teaching.”

 

E Cross, Head of Maths, Brooke Priory School, Rutland

 

 

  • How to move children away from ‘finding an answer’ to ‘engaging with the structure of the problem’, identifying the mathematics and using reasoning to identify calculations involved using approaches such as ‘Goal-free’ problem solving

 

  • Learn how much more brilliant the bar model is when you start with ‘concrete’ experiences using ‘Cuisenaire’ rods: ensuring children learn generalise about values and relationships developing understanding of algebra alongside number sense

 

  • Learn to plan using real-life, engaging contexts that stimulate children’s thinking and give them a reason to learn and refine their mathematical skills using Karen’s highly effective ‘Maths Sandwich’ and ‘Medium-Term Maths Map’ planning approaches

 

Further Details

Costs for up to 30 delegates from a single school start at:

 

£400 (+VAT) for a twilight session

£475 (+VAT) for a half day 

£650 (+VAT) for a full day 

 

Plus expenses (travel and accommodation where needed)

 

Looking to host your own conference or invite other schools to join you?

 

Karen is a regular UK and international conference speaker. Simply email for further details info@karenwildingeducation.co.uk

 

This exciting training is also available internationally. Contact Karen for more details

Who is this course suitable for?

Whole school staff: SLT, teachers and teaching assistants

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  • Really useful, thought-provoking training with very clear explanations. Thank you! 

     

    A Matthews, Year 2 Teacher

  • Fabulous ways of understanding maths and how to make it easier to teach.

     

    T Hartney, Year 5/6 Teacher

  • Karen's humour, presentation skills, manner and relationship with our staff was wonderful. Practical 'have-a-go' training which really made us think!'    

     

    S Flaherty, Head Teacher