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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.
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
Improving Times Tables KnowledgeExtremely useful webinar, especially the ideas for the times tables games that can be played in class. All very engaging.J Reynolds, - Manor Park Primary School, CV3 5EZ
Useful strategiesI thought it was excellent and informative. Lots of useful strategies.L Hayball, - Manor Park Primary School, CV3 5EZ
Times tablesThis will be useful for our LAP students in secondary school education.Rowena Thorpe, HLTA - University Academy Long Sutton
TA Corley Centrei thought it was a useful webinar with great resources demonstrated that could be administrated to engage students learning,which can support to enhance and motivate them.Poppy MOORE, TA - Corley Centre
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Improving times tables fluencyExcellent webinar! A lot of useful ideas.Kalbinder Reehal, - Allerton Church of England Primary School
Very interestingIfy Nwaesei, Teaching Assistant - Allerton Church of England Primary School
Improving times table fluncyReally enjoyed easy to listen to and will be using some of the rescoureces suggested.Karen Meek, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
Times tablesInfomative informationKeely Gregson, - Allerton Church of England Primary School
Brilliant explanation of Times Table Learning!Well put together, explained and a very logical way of looking at times tables which I will definitely be adhering to.Hannah Kallend, - Allerton Church of England Primary School
superbeasy yet effective suggestions to use in school.Jennifer OConnell, Teacher - Our Lady of Fatima Catholic Primary School
Times table fluencyGreat ideas here, which I will certainly use in my job role.Kirsti Lowery, - Cheddington Combined School
I am going to try this. It was very goodCarrie Nield, - Carrwood Primary School
Times TablesExcellent, loved the different approaches and ideas of games, helping the children build a good understanding of time tables. Thank youCarol Travers-Orton, Support staff - Robin Hood Academy
I really found this webinar useful .Mark made it very intersting.Julie Buckley, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
Great strategiesReally useful ideas, that are simple yet effective, to use in the classroom.Lynsey Whitmore, - Forefield Community Infant and Nursery School
Very interesting.I learned different techniques and ways to practice with my 1 to 1 in a funway. ThanksMaryam Sabzevar, TA - Chapel Street Primary School
Very informative . Also gives lots of ideas for learning times tablesDawn Sheppard, Teaching Assistant - Hawthorn Primary School
improving times table fluencyMade me feel better about my own practice when teaching multiplication. Having suffered' maths anxiety' as a child towards times tables I'm always very mindful of playing lots of varied games with the children and teaching them how to spot the patterns ( or the cheats as my class like to call them).Nichola Byrne, Year 1 class teacher - Forefield Community Infant and Nursery School
Excellent webinar with some useful times table games.Laura Butler, - Charlestown Community Primary School
Very usefulThis webinar is very clear and informative. It has given me lots of ideas of how to best support my class in the learning of the times tables.Joanne Curtis, - Beeston Fields Primary and Nursery School (FHT)
Excellent Practical ExamplesVery informative webinar. Particularly enjoyed the conceptual and procedural games shown which I know my year 4 class will really enjoy. Thank you.Kathleen Tekiner, - Lancasterian Primary School
Multiplication- strategies to aid interanlisationSome really useful strategies to use- backed up with research and experience from the presenter.Kate Sutton, Teacher - Burlington Junior School
Great ideasGreat ideas to use in the classroom, supported with research and evidence.Ben Watt, Teacher - TEACH Poole
Improving Times Table FluencyThis is my first Webinar course, I was able to work at my own pace, pause and go back if I wanted to clarify something the tutor had said. I wish learning times tables through conceptual and procedural games was around when I went to school, I would be much better at my seven and nine times tables!Pauline Thompson, Teacher - Allerton Church of England Primary School
Excellent resources mentioned.Enjoyed this webinar, so useful to have practical strategies given.Melloney Nickell, - Edgebury Primary School
Complimenting practiceA thought provoking presentation. Encouraged to integrate and add suggested ideas to current classroom practice.Jackie WORRELL, Teacher - Corley Centre
Improving times tables fluency.Very informative and easy to understand.T Hodgkinson, TA - Moorside High School ST9 0HP
Balancing learningGood knowledge and practical suggestions backed by research.m watts, Teacher - Holy Family Catholic School & Sixth Form
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