|Date||:||19 - 20 September 2018|
|Time||:||0900 - 1630|
|Venue||:||Elite Hotel Marina Tower, Stockholm, Sweden|
|Trainers||:||Dr Yeap Ban Har, Ms Pia Agardh, Ms Josefine Rejler|
This two-day course covers the following content:
Use of Model Method in Problem Solving
This course aims to help participants understand the rationale of model method as a critical heuristic in problem solving. Participants will be introduced to different types of models (e.g. part-whole, comparison and changing models) used to solve word problems across grade levels. Pupils’ difficulties and weaknesses in drawing models will also be discussed and addressed.
Differentiated Instruction for Mixed Ability Learners
‘One size does not fit all’. Differentiated instruction is of paramount importance in a mixed ability classroom. This course aims to help participants understand models of differentiated teaching and learning, use instructional approaches and strategies to differentiate between process and product, and observe and assess the quality of children’s thinking and learning so as to inform future instruction.
Please register here.
This workshop is organised by SL Education and Admera Education AB
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