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Progressions in early number and counting, addition and subtraction

Take a look at these great videos by Graham Fletcher (who I have mentioned before in the blog posts about 3 Act Tasks).  He’s created several short videos highlighting the progression in key areas.  I’ve posted the ones for ‘Early … Continue reading

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The concept of counting

Thanks to Seonaid Cooke for sharing the link to these videos showing some of the fundamental ideas behind learning to count: Teaching is Problem Solving – Concept Videos The videos each explore different counting principles and provide a useful guide … Continue reading

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Highland Numeracy Progression Update

The Highland Numeracy Progression has now been updated in line with the final version of the Numeracy and Mathematics Benchmarks , published June 2017: Highland Numeracy Progression Update September 2017 Throughout the Progression, core number Experiences and Outcomes have been bundled for … Continue reading

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Numeracy CPD 2017/2018

Title Numeracy: An introduction to assessing and planning for progression in numeracy Numeracy: An introduction to assessing and planning for progression in numeracy Organiser Kirsten Mackay Kirsten Mackay Date 18th September 2017 18th January 2018 QI HGIOS4 2.3 HGIOS4 2.3 … Continue reading

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Highland Numeracy Progression Update 2017

  The Highland Numeracy Progression is the core resource of the Highland Numeracy Strategy, and provides a valuable overview and guide to progression through Early to Second levels. Since the HNP was originally written there have been updates to national … Continue reading

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National Numeracy Progression Framework

This framework from Education Scotland identifies key milestones in numeracy and maths, and could be useful in helping planning for progression. It is organised into a series of milestones for each area of learning, showing the knowledge children need to … Continue reading

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