How to Effectively Differentiate Learning in Mathematics
Presented by: Birsin Reynolds
Event Information: 6 PD Hours
If you would like to engage and challenge your students and at the same time cater for the wide and mixed abilities in your classroom - this workshop will provide you with the knowledge, skills and understanding to meet the learning needs of every student.
Participants will improve their skills in activity based lessons that will allow them to lead students to 'work like mathematicians' making connections and developing genuine understandings. Emphasis will be placed on how the Proficiency strands can be used to investigate and develop the content of the Australian Curriculum.
Friday March 17th, 2017
|9.30am - 3.30pm (Reg. from 8.30am)|
|For Primary and Secondary Teachers ( Yrs 4 to 10 )|
About the Presenter
Birsin Reynolds has worked in primary and secondary settings in leadership roles including Assistant Principal, Numeracy Co ordination, Curriculum, Teaching and Learning Coach, Numeracy Consultant and School Adviser Mathematics.
In her many roles Birsin has worked with Principals, individual teachers and teams to support change and implement innovative practices.
Birsin has delivered professional learning programs both in Victoria and interstate including presenting at numerous Mathematicss conferences.
Her workshops explore extremely practical immediately useable classroom activities which cater for differentiation and require students to 'work like a mathematician' - requiring thinking and reasoning.