Evidence for Learning: Evidence into action – mathematics

Evidence into action – mathematics

A webinar providing professional learning for educators on evidence-informed mathematics.
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E4L
E4L

This webinar provides information and practical examples on evidence-informed mathematics including feedback, manipulatives, representations and developing learners’ independence and motivation.

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Educators will learn about evidence-informed mathematics. This will include a focus on feedback, manipulatives, representations and developing learners’ independence and motivation. Practical examples about how these approaches can be used in the classroom will be discussed.

This webinar will investigate the Evidence Ecosystem, the hierarchy of evidence and the latest evidence within the Teaching & Learning Toolkit (the Toolkit). Evidence for Learning has mapped the approaches within the Toolkit to different organisations’ school improvement frameworks (Tailored Toolkits), including The National School Improvement Tool, The Framework for Improving Student Outcomes and the School Excellence Framework (recently updated for version 2). This webinar will look at the Tailored Toolkit produced in collaboration with the Australian Association of Mathematics Teachers.

Evidence into action - mathematics