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Identifying and Planning for Misconceptions and Gaps in Mathematical Knowledge and Understanding - Part Two

Event code SCH 20/659 
Event description This webinar forms part of a package that aims to upskill both Maths Subject Leaders and teachers with the necessary knowledge and understanding to bridge the gap when pupils transition back into school.

Part 2:
In this webinar, we will pick up the theme of misconceptions and gaps in Primary Maths that we began to explore in Part 1 on 9th June (if you have not seen this webinar and its associated resources, you can purchase the recorded version and resources here: https://www.theeducationpeople.org/past-webinars/).

This webinar is offered free of charge to Kent Primary Schools including Academies - 1 delegate per school.
There will be a £30.00 plus VAT charge to all schools outside of Kent.

Booked and confirmed delegates will be e-mailed the webinar link 24 hours prior to the session. Please check that you have received the email to register the day before and if you have not, please contact us on 03000 418000. Please ensure you are able to access the link at least 1 hour prior to the session.

A handful of delegates using school computers have experienced difficulties in accessing the Goto Webinars. If unsure, please check with your Schools IT provider that you will be able to access this webinar.

Please see attached webinar-FAQs for further information. 
Training objectives Aims:
* Identify the key barriers facing pupils coming back into school and consider how this will impact on teaching and learning in maths
* Recognise the importance of fluency and how we can support pupils through metacognitive approaches and Knowledge Organisers
* Understand the purpose and format of the DfE's new non-statutory guidance for Maths and how such representations are now an essential support for pupils
* Consider how the guidance can be used in planning and teaching to underpin learning for cohorts, groups and individuals 
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All image Foundation image KS1 image KS2 image KS3 image KS4 image KS5 image 14-19/24 image 
Subject areas Maths
Target audience
Deputy Head / Early Years Practitioner / Foundation Stage Leader / Headteacher / Leadership Team / Newly Qualified Teachers / SEN Co-ordinator / Subject Leaders / Teachers
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GoToWebinar, use own computer, XXXX XXX map
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Location
Training Provider The Education People - Standards and School Improvement Primary
Admin contact Joanne Clay (joanne.clay@theeducationpeople.org)
Facilitator/Tutor
SARAH CARPENTER / Jason Horne
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Part of SLA? No
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£0.00
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£0.00
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£30.00
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Number of credits 0
Funding information Free to Kent Schools and Academies - limited to one delegate per school
£30.00 to schools outside of Kent
20% VAT will be added at point of invoice
Start date Monday 14 September 2020
Times 16:00-17:00
Number of sessions 1