Early Years

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All sessions can be accessed by visiting the Highland Digital Hub where you will find both the recording and a copy of the accompanying slides.

For sessions that are specifically labelled ‘Early’, the entire content of the session will be relevant.  For sessions labelled either Early/First or Primary etc. only some of the content will be directly relevant to Early Level.  However, we feel it is useful to watch the entire session as what is explored at an earlier stage underpins learning that happens at a later stage.  Understanding the progression of learning can help practitioners make sense of how learning at Early Level secures the foundations for future learning.

Early Years Training Series:

This will include a series of 6 sessions on 5 key areas.  When the remaining sessions are recorded they will be linked to here.

Language of Maths Early     Real World Use of Maths

curiosity-creativity-and-confidence     Spatial Awareness

understanding-numbers

Multiplication and Division:

Mult Div Early

Story Problems:

Story Problems Mult Div Early First     Story Problems Add Sub Early Firts

Counting Collections and Number Patterns: 

Counting Collections     Number Patterns

Fractions:

Fractions Equal Sharing Problems

Measurement:

Measure Primary

Use of content:

The content can be used freely for non-commercial/non-profit educational purposes only.

It is freely available to all practitioners however we ask that you acknowledge the amount of time, effort, background reading and research along with practical experience of using these ideas in classes; that goes into putting this training together and ask that you don’t take the training and rebrand it as your own.
We have tried to acknowledge the sources of our information where possible/applicable.

We are only human, so if you spot any mistakes please let us know so we can fix them.

We also love a good discussion so if you disagree with any of the content, we’d love to discuss this further and hear your point of view.