Teaching Maths in the Digital World: The Case of Early Math

£60.00

Description

What strategies and digital tools can be employed to enhance Maths teaching in the digital world?

This course is designed to provide educators with a comprehensive understanding of how to leverage digital platforms and resources to improve their Maths instruction.

In this course, we will delve into the world of educational apps and games that can reinforce mathematical concepts and foster problem-solving skills in an enjoyable way. We will also discuss instructional strategies that effectively integrate these digital tools into your Maths lessons.

This course also emphasizes the importance of fostering a growth mindset in students when it comes to learning Maths in a digital environment.

By the end of this course, you will be equipped with the knowledge and confidence to navigate the digital landscape of Maths education effectively.

About the Speaker

Douglas Clements, a former preschool and kindergarten teacher, is now a Distinguished University Professor and Executive Director of the Marsico Institute for Early Learning and Literacy at the University of Denver. He’s an eminent scholar in early childhood mathematics education and educational technology. Dr. Clements has published extensively, including over 166 research studies and 27 books, and has led more than 38 funded projects. His work has influenced mathematics curricula, teaching methods, and teacher training. He has served on several national panels and committees, including the U.S. President’s National Mathematics Advisory Panel and the Common Core State Standards committee.

Title:
Teaching Maths in the Digital World: The Case of Early Math

Time:
Tuesday, Mar 19, 2024 06:00 PM

Timezone:
Europe/London

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