The Teaching Council has sent you this email. To ensure you don't miss future email updates, please add to your email address book or safe list. If this email does not display properly, you can click here to view it in your web browser »
The Teaching Council
Share on
f in t
Send to colleague »
Gaeilge »
100 Ideas for Secondary Teachers: Supporting Students with Numeracy Difficulties by Patricia Babtie and Sue Dillon 

Dyscalculia experts Patricia Babtie and Sue Dillon present 100 ideas to help students with numeracy difficulties grasp the core skills required in the Junior and Senior cycle, not just in maths, but in other subjects including science, design and technology, ICT and geography. The book highlights how numeracy difficulties can be overcome using multi-sensory teaching and helping students with their study skills, revision and exam techniques. This dip-in-and-out book provides activities and games to encourage students to explore numerical ideas and discover underlying patterns across the secondary curriculum. These ideas will help build confidence in learners, support the development and understanding of numeracy concepts, and see their relevance in everyday life. The book contains 100 practical, adaptable ideas that are relevant across the curriculum and require minimum preparation and resources. The ideas are also great for sharing with colleagues and parents/guardians during collaborative reflection sessions and professional conversations, making it a must-have resource for all post-primary schools.

* The eBook which this recommendation relates to is freely available to all registered teachers via the eBook collection in the Teaching Council’s online library. Readers of this ezine who are not registered teachers will not have access to this eBook, as they are not covered by the Teaching Council’s licence for the Education Source collection.
Host Link »
Previous Article »
Back to Main »
© 2021 The Teaching Council Block A, Maynooth Business Campus, Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland | W23 Y7X0 | e: | w:
Powered by Circulator
| Unsubscribe »