8 October 2024
16:30 - 18:00

Mathematics: Making Cold Call and Turn and Talk as Effective as Possible

Mathematics: Making Cold Call and Turn and Talk as Effective as Possible

In this webinar, Craig will use ideas from research and the many schools he has visited to maximise two important means of participation. First, Cold Call - how do we ensure that one-to-one questioning is as effective as possible? Then Turn and Talk - how can we make the conversations our students have with each other as efficient and productive as possible?

Overview:

In this webinar, Craig will use ideas from research and the many schools he has visited to maximise two important means of participation. First, Cold Call - how do we ensure that one-to-one questioning is as effective as possible? Then Turn and Talk - how can we make the conversations our students have with each other as efficient and productive as possible?

After the webinar delegates will be sent a pdf summary of the main tips. The event will be recorded and delegates will be sent a link to the recording that will last for 14 days.

TARGET AUDIENCE: Mathematics teachers of Years 5 and above

Member schools who book 3 or more delegates prior to 25 September 2024 will be charged £54.00 per delegate

Details: The Webinar will be online, using Zoom, and delegates will be sent a code in order to sign in.

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    Craig Barton
    Craig Barton is an experienced presenter who has trained teachers across the UK and overseas. He loves teaching, doing, speaking and thinking about mathematics. He taught maths in secondary schools for 15 years, and was TES Maths Adviser for 10 years. He is now the Head of Education at Eedi. Craig is the author of three best-selling books: “How I wish I’d taught maths”, “Reflect, Expect, Check, Explain” and “Tips for Teachers”, the host of the Mr Barton Maths podcast and the Tips for Teachers podcast, and the creator of far too many websites, including mrbartonmaths.com, diagnosticquestions.com, variationtheory.com, ssddproblems.com, dqaday.com and mathsvenns.com. in 2020 he was appointed as Visiting Fellow at the Mathematics Education Centre at the University of Loughborough. He says: "I try to ensure my sessions are fun, with strategies based on research, illuminated with real examples from the classroom. My aim is to leave teachers with things they can use in the classroom tomorrow, together with strategies and approaches that will last a lifetime. Without wishing to blow my own trumpet, the evaluations and feedback I receive are always outstanding, and I work hard to provide sessions that will have a long-lasting positive impact for those involved."