Real World Maths: Global Learning in the Primary Maths Curriculum
This online course is aimed at Key Stage 2 teachers, particularly in England, and is delivered online over three sessions on 5, 12 and 19 October 2016 from 4:00 pm - 5:30 pm.
The course is delivered by Think Global in association with the Royal Statistical Society as part of the Global Learning Programme.
Aims of the course:
To develop education practitioners’ understanding of the link between maths and real global issues. To develop education practitioners’ understanding of how maths and global learning can be mutually beneficial. To explore ways to engage pupils in maths by making the primary maths curriculum relevant to the world that we live in. To demonstrate how global learning pedagogy can be applied to the primary maths curriculum. To support education practitioners’ in accessing quality maths and global learning resources.
By the end of this course, participants will be able to:
Embedding global learning in your teaching:
This course will support teachers to embed global learning into their maths curriculum. It will model how to link elements of the maths curriculum to real world issues e.g. using statistics to understand climate change or exploring money in relation to poverty and wealth divides. Teachers will feel confident in accessing global learning resources that can support their maths teaching, as well as developing their own approaches. The course will look at how cross-curricular projects can be extended to the maths classroom, enhancing children's understanding of broader global issues.
Hannah Brenton is a Programme Manager at Think Global, supporting schools in global learning. She is a qualified primary school teacher and has lead global learning across a Federation of schools in London. Hannah has completed the National Professional Qualification for Middle Leadership with UCL's IOE. She is currently studying for a Masters in Education and International Development at UCL's IOE.
£160 – or free for eligible schools that have registered with Global Learning Programme England and have available GLP e-credits. All Key Stage 2 and Key Stage 3 schools registered with the Global Learning Programme (except independent/private schools) will have access to up to £500-worth of e-credits. Registration is free.
The Global Learning Programme is funded by the UK government.
Organiser Name Hannah Brenton, Think Global
Organising Group(s) Think Global and the Royal Statistical Society, as part of the Global Learning Programme.