Exploring Numicon in the Classroom for Primary Teachers 2.11.2021
Teaching and learning with Numicon requires children to be active - to actively learn and to do the mathematics for themselves. Doing mathematics (i.e. thinking and communicating mathematically with Numicon, explicitly involves illustrating in every activity through exploring relationships.
This three-week webinar on 2nd, 9th & 16th November for Primary teachers will cover the following:
Matching Shapes, Ordering Shapes, Counting to 5, Understanding One More, Odd & Even, Sorting, Investigate Ordering & Make Generalisations, Basic Adding & Subtracting, Using Numicon Pegs, Number Bonds to 10, Number Square Patterns.
Subitising, Arrays, Percentages, Quick-Fire games, Data Handling, Money, Grids & Grid References, Addition, Subtraction.
100 Baseboard, Geometry, Layouts, The Clock, Fractions, Factors, Division, Multiplication.
Ideally, participants would have a set of Numicon shapes 1-10 but it's not an absolute necessity. The link below will take you to Oxford University Press website where Numicon resources such as a set of Numicon shapes 1-10 can be purchased.
Facilitator Edmond Scannell is a teacher at a special school in Limerick and has been teaching for 24 years. He has presented to a number of ETBs, schools and colleges on Literacy and Mathematics.
|Course date||02-11-2021 6:00 pm|
|Course End Date||16-11-2021 7:00 pm|
|Registration Start Date||14-07-2021|
|Cut off date||02-11-2021 4:30 pm|
|Speaker||Edmond Scannell is a teacher at a special school in Limerick and has made numerous presentations at schools and ETBs, mainly in Literacy and Maths.|