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CPD: Additional Live Sessions

Here is an updated list of all the live CPD sessions that we have going on in the next few weeks. Sessions that were already publicised but have not yet been delivered are listed in red.  New sessions not previously … Continue reading

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Fractions Project – What a week!

I was very fortunate last week to be working with an amazing group of P5 pupils from Newton Park Primary School in Wick who volunteered to be part of a project I’m working on. The lockdown and the current situation … Continue reading

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CPD – Concrete Materials at Secondary School: Algebra Tiles

In addition to the sessions we’ve already published, Fiona Philips from Alness Academy will be presenting a session on Tuesday (tomorrow) and Wednesday on using Algebra Tiles with secondary pupils to support understanding.  Many Highland secondary teachers are already aware … Continue reading

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CPD: Live Online Sessions

Great to see that some people have made a start on the self-paced diagnostic assessment course I posted about earlier in the week.  If you missed it, see this post here: CPD: Self-paced Online Learning   As well as continuing to … Continue reading

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CPD: Self-paced Online Learning

If you are looking to make better sense of the progression of children’s learning in numeracy as well as the types of strategies that they might use at different stages then the Highland Diagnostic Maths Assessment Training may be what … Continue reading

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Remote Learning: Ideas and activities for parents and teachers

The team have been working hard to get these materials ready for people.  We hope you find them useful and informative. We have tried to include a wide range of activities and ideas so there will hopefully be something for … Continue reading

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Remote Learning: Teacher Guide to setting up Khan Academy for your class

I’ve put together this guide for setting up Khan Academy with your class.  This may be useful for some people who are looking for options to support distance learning during school closures. Khan Academy is a free website that is … Continue reading

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