Education Scotland – Webinars and Recorded Training

If you haven’t seen them already, Education Scotland are running a series of events to support the professional learning documents that they released earlier in the year.

Webinars are being run in both English and Gaelic.  See below for dates and times:

Title: Data and Analysis (English)
Date: 08.12.20
Time: 16:00 – 17:30
Click here to register

Title: Number and Number Processes (Gaelic)
Date: 10.12.20
Time: 16:30 – 17:30
Click here to register

Future sessions in English will be:

Title: Time

Date: 02.02.21
Time: 16:00 – 17:30
Date registration opens: 05.01.21 and you will be able to register here.

Title: Ideas of Chance and Uncertainty

Date: 02.03.20
Time: 16:00 – 17:30
Date registration opens: 03.02.21 and you will be able to register here.

If you missed the sessions on:

Number & Number Processes
Fractions, Decimal Fractions & Percentages

the recordings are available here (you will need to be logged into Glow).
The fractions recordings are not up yet but will be soon.

Future sessions in Gaelic will be on the following themes.  When registration opens for them (I believe this is about three weeks to one month before) then you will find the relevant event here if you search for the appropriate date.

Title: Fractions, Decimal Fractions & Percentages
Date: 27.01.21

Title: Data & Analysis, Ideas of Chance & Uncertainty
Date: 08.03.21

Title: Time
Date: 24.03.21

Don’t forget that over 20 hours of our own CPD is freely available right here on the Highland Numeracy Blog.

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