Improving Times Table Fluency 2019-08-22T09:13:35+00:00

Improving Times Table Fluency

For School Leaders
  • Tuesday 13th August FULLY BOOKED
    Wednesday 21st August FULLY BOOKED
    DATE: Wednesday 28th August 2019 | 2.00pm-3.00pm
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  • Duration: 1 hour

Description 

The national curriculum specifies that pupils should be taught to recall the multiplication tables up to and including 12 × 12 by the end of year 4. From the 2019/2020 academic year onwards, this will need to be administered via an online multiplication tables check (MTC). Mark Avis, a Mathematics Specialist Teacher and Director at the Aspirer Research School, has conducted a study into how schools can take a more evidence informed approach to teaching times tables. Providing an overview of his findings, this webinar is for school leaders and Maths specialists who are open to new ideas and keen to explore evidence-led teaching methods.

Content

  • Background – what is the theoretical and research background to the study.
  • What are some of the competing ideas about the teaching of times tables.
  • Research question – what did the study aim to find out?
  • What was the trial and ensuring validity.
  • What might have been done differently.
  • Conclusions and the potential implications for teaching time tables for classroom teachers.
Mark-Avis

About the Expert

Mark Avis is a Mathematics Specialist Teacher who has a wealth of experience working in school leadership positions and who has led on several new and innovative approaches to teaching mathematics in schools.

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Times Table Fluency

Improving Times Table Fluency

£50
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The Booking Process

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

2. You will receive a link to access the webinar prior to the scheduled time.

3. You will receive a recording of this webinar via email after it has finished to watch at your convenience.

BOOK NOW – Wednesday 28th August

Improving Times Table Fluency

For School Leaders
  • Tuesday 13th August FULLY BOOKED
    Wednesday 21st August FULLY BOOKED
    DATE: Wednesday 28th August 2019 | 2.00pm-3.00pm
  • Pay by invoice or card

  • Duration: 1 hour
Times Table Fluency

Improving Times Table Fluency

£50
  • Pay by invoice or card

Description 

The national curriculum specifies that pupils should be taught to recall the multiplication tables up to and including 12 × 12 by the end of year 4. From the 2019/2020 academic year onwards, this will need to be administered via an online multiplication tables check (MTC). Mark Avis, a Mathematics Specialist Teacher and Director at the Aspirer Research School, has conducted a study into how schools can take a more evidence informed approach to teaching times tables. Providing an overview of his findings, this webinar is for school leaders and Maths specialists who are open to new ideas and keen to explore evidence-led teaching methods.

Content

  • Background – what is the theoretical and research background to the study.
  • What are some of the competing ideas about the teaching of times tables.
  • Research question – what did the study aim to find out?
  • What was the trial and ensuring validity.
  • What might have been done differently.
  • Conclusions and the potential implications for teaching time tables for classroom teachers.
Mark-Avis

About the Expert

Mark Avis is a Mathematics Specialist Teacher who has a wealth of experience working in school leadership positions and who has led on several new and innovative approaches to teaching mathematics in schools.

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 link to access the webinar prior to the scheduled time.

3. You will receive a recording of this webinar via email after it has finished to watch at your convenience.

BOOK NOW – Wednesday 28th August