2 December 2021
Join Dietmar for a discussion on materials and tasks written on multiplicative reasoning.
The tasks are aimed principally at students in secondary school. However, many could readily be adapted for use with primary school pupils.
The tasks have been designed to give students and teachers a fresh perspective on multiplicative reasoning. Some can be treated as puzzles and as jumping off points for further mathematical investigation. But the main purpose is to reveal the diversity of students’ multiplicative thinking, and it is hoped that this will help teachers to adapt their teaching in ways that acknowledge and build on students’ efforts at making sense. It is hoped too that the range of tasks will help us think about the nature and diversity of the field of multiplicative reasoning and what would make a more effective multiplicative reasoning curriculum.
Date: 2nd December 2021
Time: 19.10 - 20.45
Venue: Online via Zoom.
Places: limited to a maximum of 30 participants
Please book your limited free place using the following link: ATM/MA Birmingham Branch -Dietmar Küchemann - Thursday 2nd December 2021 – 19.15-20.45 (google.com)