There’s no shortage of advice about how to approach mathematics and statistics teaching in primary school and it’s often difficult to know the ‘best’ way to structure mathematics and statistics programmes so that all their learners can access ideas and make sound progress. In this webinar, Associate Professor Fiona Ell and Dr Lisa Darragh (University of Auckland) will discuss principles you can use to work out the form of your lessons, and mathematics and statistics programmes more broadly. Taking a step back from ‘what and how’ to teach in mathematics and statistics, we will consider what research suggests are ways to organise and design for learning that include all learners and stimulate engagement and progress in mathematics and statistics.

7:30PM  March 8
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Mathematics and statistics teaching at primary school

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