| aamt |

Supporting School to Home Links in Early Childhood Mathematics

Erica Zis

Erica is an early childhood teacher and numeracy curriculum leader who is a permanent staff member at Heathridge Primary School. Currently a Year 1 teacher, Erica has been a teacher for ten years and is passionate about building capacity of students and teachers to understand and enjoy maths in its many forms. She has led initiatives at her school in developing vocabulary, problem solving and hands-on mathematics activities.

  • Workshop
  • October 05, 2020, 2AM  - October 05, 2020, 3AM
  • Non-member $ 55.00 (includes GST of $ 5.00) per person
    Member $ 27.50 (includes GST of $ 2.50) per person
    Student $ 11.00 (includes GST of $ 1.00) per person
    • 12 Cobbler Place Mirrabooka, WA 6061 Australia
  • Target Audience – Early Childhood teachers (K-1), Education Assistants, Early Childhood teaching/university students and parents of children aged 3-6

Description

Target Audience – Early Childhood teachers (K-1), Education Assistants, Early Childhood teaching/university students and parents of children aged 3-6

How to build links between home and school to support maths understanding and fluency. Explore a range of simple games and the use of guided activities based on picture books to support families to develop and practice maths skills. The aim is to broaden families knowledge of the relevance of maths in everyday life and build positive attitudes about their ability to support their little ones growing knowledge.

Location

  • 12 Cobbler Place Mirrabooka, WA 6061 Australia