Registrations close: 11th June 2020
Target audience: Teachers of years 5 to 10.
Using engaging open-ended activities to cater for the range of abilities in middle years maths classrooms is a great way to connect students with mathematics.
This session will look at some very engaging and mathematically worthwhile activities in the area of Number & Algebra that will help with one of the great teacher challenges - dealing with the minimum 4 year spread of ability you get in any classroom.
Come join in a practical virtual session with the always inspiring and fun Rob Vingerhoets.
Rob Vingerhoets is an experienced and highly effective educator and subject matter expert who has worked with teachers and students throughout Melbourne; throughout Country Victoria; interstate and overseas (New York City, Beijing). Prior to this he was a primary school principal, curriculum coordinator and classroom teacher. He is an experienced teacher and author, having written a number of best-selling maths resource books and numerous articles.
Rob is a popular and engaging presenter of hands-on and engaging maths ideas and practices to teachers and students in Catholic, State and Independent schools over many years and he essentially believes and teaches by his credo that “maths doesn’t have to hurt”. Rob works with students, teachers, administration and parents within individual and clusters of schools
Virtual learning session: This session will be delivered via WebEx. If possible, the session will be recorded with audio recording over the presenter’s PowerPoint.