Critical and creative thinking is integral to Mathematics – it encourages students to think broadly and deeply, reason and justify their understandings. How can we harness critical and creative thinking skills and routines to benefit our learners? This workshop will provide insight, strategies and resources for integrating critical and creative thinking into the primary school classroom. It will also provide an opportunity for teachers to reflect on their current practices and give practical resources which will assist in future mathematics teaching and learning.
This workshop is aimed at Foundation - Year 6
Presenter: Penny Crossland
An established primary school teacher, Penny has taught a range of year levels across different schools in the Independent sector of Western Australia. She has also worked as a Curriculum Coordinator, a Sessional Academic for Curtin University and has collaborated with the Australian Independent Schools of Western Australia (AISWA) and School Curriculum Standards Authority (SCSA) to complete action research projects and write sample teaching and learning programs using the Western Australian Curriculum. Penny has a passion for integrating cultures of thinking into all mathematics lessons to encourage deeper thinking and knowledge among her students.
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