The Jurassic Maths Hub Summer Conference held at Taunton Racecourse on the 27th June 2018, was another great success with over 130 delegates attending.
With the Keynote Speaker, Mike Askew and 11 Workshops the day proved very popular with Primary and Secondary teachers alike. Photos from the day can be found here.
Please click on the links below to find slides and information used by Mike Askew and the Workshop Presenters:
Mike Askew: The Heart of reasoning The Heart of Reasoning (721.3 KiB, 105 hits)
The Heart of Reasoning (721.3 KiB, 105 hits)
Mike Askew is Distinguished Professor of Mathematics Education in the School of Education at the University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, having previously held Professorships at King’s College, University of London and Monash University, Melbourne. Originally a primary school teacher, Mike moved into teacher education and developed his interest in research. He has directed many research projects including the influential ‘Effective Teachers of Numeracy in Primary Schools’ and was deputy director of the five-year Leverhulme Numeracy Research Programme. His books include: Transforming Primary Mathematics, A Practical Guide to Transforming Primary Mathematics and the popular Maths for Mums and Dads (with Rob Eastaway).
Mike believes that mathematical activity can be, and should be, engaging and enjoyable for all learners and that the majority of learners can come to see themselves as mathematicians, in the sense of having confidence in their ability to do maths.
From April 2018 Mike is pleased to be the President of the Mathematical Association.
Workshop 1 Teaching for Mastery – on the fingers of one hand – Dr Ruth Trundley
Teaching for Mastery (2.0 MiB, 87 hits)
Workshop 2 Developing Deep Mathematical Learning in Early Years – Helena Palmer and Jo Hancock
Early Years Mathematics (122.8 KiB, 64 hits)
Early Number Sense (136.2 KiB, 116 hits)
Subitising article (199.1 KiB, 84 hits)
Mastery in Early Years (3.2 MiB, 74 hits)
Developing Deep Mathematical learning in Early Years (2.5 MiB, 206 hits)
Workshop 3 Secondary Teaching for Mastery – Richard Perring
Secondary Teaching for Mastery (4.1 MiB, 96 hits)
Workshop 4 Leading PD in Mathematics and being an SLE – Clare Hill
Leading PD in mathematics and being an SLE (1.2 MiB, 118 hits)
Workshop 5 Mathematical Thinking for GCSE – Bridget Culver and Simon Osmond
Mathematical thinking for GCSE (2.7 MiB, 89 hits)
Workshop 6 Making the best use of pre-teaching and assigning competence – Helen Edington
Making the best use of pre-teaching and assigning competence (121.7 KiB, 121 hits)
Workshop 8 Effective use of a textbook/mastery approach from an expert practitioner – Louise Jeffs
Effective use of a textbook mastery approach from an expert practitioner (868.6 KiB, 91 hits)
Workshop 9 Level 3 Mathematics Research and Development – Tom Rainbow
Level 3 Mathematics Reasearch and Development (205.6 KiB, 73 hits)
Workshop 10 Challenging Topics at GCSE – Sandra Weatherall
Challenging topics at GCSE (1.4 MiB, 92 hits)
Workshop 12 Year 5-8 Continuity – Phil Eadie
Year 5-8 Continuity, Multiplicative Reasoning (4.2 MiB, 118 hits)
Workshop 13 Lesson Design – Kate Batorska
Lesson Design (345.5 KiB, 299 hits)