2014 National Dyscalculia and MLD Conference Downloads
Keynote 1: How low achievers are created in Mathematics classrooms - Professor Jo Boaler
Keynote 2: An inclusive intervention approach for children with mathematics difficulties - Dr Sue Gifford
Keynote 3: Implementing the New National Curriculum for Mathematics, Challenges and Opportunities - Debbie Morgan
- The $64,000 question - What works? - Professor Jo Boaler, Professor of Mathematics Education
- 1066 and the Narrow Shelf - Andrew Jeffrey, Magic Message Ltd
- Cuisenaire rods for times tables - Ronit Bird, Teacher and Author
- Practical Geometry – Joe Murray, ATM
- VAK Maths - Jane Fisher,
- Softly, softly, using qualitative data to evidence pupil progress - Clare Bennett & Lynn Harris, Essex Specialist Teacher Team
- What are the issues of dealing with dyscalculia in secondary schools in the UK? - Eleanor Willard, Psychologist, Lecturer & Teacher Trainer - Bernadette Watkins, SEN Teacher of Maths
- Children with mathematics difficulties: does one approach suit all? - Dr Sue Gifford, Principal Lecturer in Mathematics Education
- Developing mathematical reasoning with primary aged pupils - Liz Bailey, Independent Education Adviser
- Working in the early years - Helen Farmery, Numicon
- Rapid Maths - Rose Griffiths
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"Really excellent speakers who provoked thourght at all levels. Can't wait till next year to hear from people who are at the fore front of their fields."
"The mix between theory and practice was great. So much was covered and in a relaxed way. The location was lovely, lots of space and relaxed enviorment."
"So much packed into one day - both the theory and practical ideas and resources to use. Thank you!"
"It made me rethink the way in which I taught and question my existing use of concrete material."
- “The bringing together of maths with learning difficulties is something I have not found elsewhere and the variety of workshops offered was just brilliant.”8th National Dyscalculia and MLD Conference
- “A unique opportunity to learn from presenters who are passionate about what they do, and have hands-on experience of working in the classrooms so their ideas are tried and tested.”8th National Dyscalculia and MLD Conference
- “It was a fascinating, practical and inspiring day. I loved the enthusiasm of the organisers, speakers and presenters!”7th National Dyscalculia and MLD Conference
- “It’s good to be on the receiving end of learning something new for a change.”7th National Dyscalculia and MLD Conference
- "The buzz of the conference was fantastic - I felt inspired and determined to communicate that buzz to my colleagues and pupils."6th National Dyscalculia and MLD Conference