Room 101: What Maths practices would you put in Room 101? Setting practices? Fixed mind-sets? Homework?

Linda Lapere, Karen Hart, Susan Kellington, Alison Dakers

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Abstract

Research was used throughout the workshop and presenters also used their own classroom experiences to illustrate theirr points. Linda Lapere made a case for putting textbooks in it, which the audience then voted on at the end of the 40 minute workshop. Karen Hart (Depute Headteacher at Donibristle PS, Fife) argued for 'Speed'; Susan Kellington (Class Teacher at Balcurvie PS, Fife) argued for 'Fixed Grouping Practices' and Alison Dakers (PT in Fife Pedagogy Team) was the compere. The workshop was attended by a mixture of primary and secondary maths teachers.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 2017
EventScottish Mathematical Conference - University of Stirling, Cottrell Building, Stirling, United Kingdom
Duration: 4 Mar 20174 Mar 2017
http://www.scottishmathematicalcouncil.org/wp1/conferences/smc-conference-2017/ (Link to Conference details via SMC website)

Conference

ConferenceScottish Mathematical Conference
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityStirling
Period4/03/174/03/17
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    Lapere, L., Hart, K., Kellington, S., & Dakers, A. (2017). Room 101: What Maths practices would you put in Room 101? Setting practices? Fixed mind-sets? Homework?. Scottish Mathematical Conference, Stirling, United Kingdom.