Supporting Learners with Maths Difficulties

R3,375.00

In person – Onsite Course
12 & 13 March 2024
Presented by a Multidisciplinary Bellavista Team
12 CPD points & 15 SACE points apply 

This workshop will explore:

•Mathematic difficulties, including dyscalculia

•Explore a variety of concrete resources that can be used to introduce each mathematical concept in a fully multi-sensory, interactive mode

•Investigate mathematical screening tools that inform the writing of Individual Education Plans (IEPs)

•Understanding mathematics anxiety and exploring our own mathematical mindset

Audience: Educators, remedial therapists and facilitators working with foundation phase learners, and older pupils experiencing severe difficulty with numbers.




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SKU: RMD-2024-1 Category:

This 1.5 day workshop explores current research and understanding of mathematic difficulties, including dyscalculia, and examines the building blocks and implications of mathematics learning. The workshop will explore a variety of concrete resources that can be used to introduce each mathematical concept in a fully multi-sensory, interactive mode. It will also investigate mathematical screening tools that inform the writing of Individual Education Plans (IEPs). Time will be spent understanding mathematics anxiety and exploring our own mathematical mindset.

The workshop is appropriate for educators, remedial therapists and facilitators working with foundation phase learners, and with older pupils experiencing severe difficulty with numbers. On the second day of the workshop, delegates will have the choice to attend breakaway sessions with focus on either foundation phase intervention or senior primary phase intervention.

Venue: Bellavista School, 35 Wingfield Ave, Birdhaven, JHB

Dates & Times:

12 March – 14h00 -16h30 (Registration at 13h30)

13 March – 08h30-15h30 (Registration at 08h00)

Bellavista SHARE is a SACE Provider: 11363

*Note : This workshop offers 12 CPD points & 15 SACE points

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