Using Cognitive Load Theory to Teach and Improve Numeracy 2019-08-09T08:51:06+00:00

Using Cognitive Load Theory to Teach and Improve Numeracy

For School Leaders
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  • Duration: Approx. 1 hour

Description 

As schools continually feel the pressure to improve pupil outcomes in maths, Cognitive Load Theory (CLT) is fast becoming a well-known approach to raising standards in teaching and learning. Dylan Wiliam, internationally recognised leader in formative assessment, has described CLT as ‘the single most important thing for teachers to know’. In this webinar, Ben Harding, a former primary school headteacher and Ofsted inspector, will bring the implications of CLT to life. Discussing the importance of CLT within a whole school approach to teaching numeracy, Ben will explain the benefits of CLT and how it can strengthen and enhance school maths curriculums.

Content

  • The implications of CLT as an integral part of a whole school approach to teaching numeracy
  • The importance of CLT to individual teachers and school leaders
  • How CLT can help ensure children acquire, store and use the core knowledge of the primary mathematics curriculum
  • Demystifying good practice and expose illogical approaches that have recently crept into UK classrooms
Ben-Harding

About the Expert

Ben Harding is a leading expert in teaching mathematics with extensive experience of working in the education sector as both a former Ofsted Inspector and Head Teacher. He is the author of numerous books adopted by both UK and international schools, including the ‘Big Maths.’

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Cognitive Load Theory

Using Cognitive Load Theory to Teach and Improve Numeracy

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2. You will receive a recording of the webinar to access at your convenience.

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Using Cognitive Load Theory to Teach and Improve Numeracy

For School Leaders
  • Available On Demand – Available to stream on any device

  • £50 (+VAT)

  • Pay by invoice or card

  • Duration: Approx. 1 hour

Cognitive Load Theory

Using Cognitive Load Theory to Teach and Improve Numeracy

£50
  • Pay by invoice or card

Description 

As schools continually feel the pressure to improve pupil outcomes in maths, Cognitive Load Theory (CLT) is fast becoming a well-known approach to raising standards in teaching and learning. Dylan Wiliam, internationally recognised leader in formative assessment, has described CLT as ‘the single most important thing for teachers to know’. In this webinar, Ben Harding, a former primary school headteacher and Ofsted inspector, will bring the implications of CLT to life. Discussing the importance of CLT within a whole school approach to teaching numeracy, Ben will explain the benefits of CLT and how it can strengthen and enhance school maths curriculums.

Content

  • The implications of CLT as an integral part of a whole school approach to teaching numeracy
  • The importance of CLT to individual teachers and school leaders
  • How CLT can help ensure children acquire, store and use the core knowledge of the primary mathematics curriculum
  • Demystifying good practice and expose illogical approaches that have recently crept into UK classrooms
Ben-Harding

About the Expert

Ben Harding is a leading expert in teaching mathematics with extensive experience of working in the education sector as both a former Ofsted Inspector and Head Teacher. He is the author of numerous books adopted by both UK and international schools, including the ‘Big Maths.’

Find out more

The Booking Process

1. Click book now, enter your details and choose to pay by card or invoice.

2. You will receive a recording of the webinar to access at your convenience.

BOOK NOW – On Demand