The topics under discussion are:
- Easy to access concrete apparatus and take away materials
- Progression and scaffolding techniques
- Anchor charts
- Concrete tasks and ideas
Presenters: Robyn Clark, Adele Picolo and Belinda Kither
Robyn Clark is a maths educational specialist, with experience teaching, lecturing and designing educational resources. She completed her Masters at Wits in 2013, and since has lectured at Wits, worked in educational media creating programs and resources for students and teachers, tutors mathematics and consults to education companies.
Adele Piccolo and Belinda Kither have more than 50 years of teaching experience between them. Both have taught across the Foundation, Intermediate and Senior Phase, and have taught a number of subjects including Mathematics. Adele has also worked as a trainer upskilling teachers, subject advisors and coaches, as well as, writing material for Grades 4-7 Maths teachers. Belinda was trained in Australia, and brings a wealth of knowledge and pedagogical skills. Being passionate about teaching Maths both have taught different types of mathematic curricula and draw from the best of these methodologies, focusing on improving the mathematical skills of children who find the subject difficult. Over the years they have developed and fine-tuned material which helps to develop understanding of concepts from the concrete to the more abstract.
Date: 15 August 2020
Time: 9am – 11am – there will be a 10 minute break between workshops.
Price of webinar – R100 for SAALED member and R150 for non SAALED member
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