Primary Representations and Structures - Bar Modelling

Primary Representations and Structures – Using bar modelling to solve problems.

Have you ever wondered how to get pupils to become confident with those trickier problem solving questions? Bar Modelling is a key tool for teaching for Mastery. It accelerates learning by offering children and young people a visual method of learning and problem solving.

Aims of the course:

  • This course explores how to use Bar Modelling as a tool to make the transition from concrete to abstract methods.
  • You will gain an overview of Bar Modelling and how this powerful approach works.
  • There will be opportunity for delegates to build confidence and skills to create their own bar models.
  • It will give insight into how you can train students to use the Bar Modelling approach.
  • This method is a useful tool to teach a range of skills and develop problem solving, even if you are not currently using a teaching for mastery curriculum.
  • You will have insight into how Bar Modelling can stretch and challenge your more advanced ability students.
Tuesday 14th March 201710:00 am – 4:00pm

Venue:

Outwood Institute of Education Conference Centre, Adwick, Doncaster, DN9 7EQ.

Cost:

There is a £50 fee which will be reimbursed upon attendance on the course.

To take advantage of this intense one day course designed to allow you to use Bar Modelling with confidence in your classroom complete the booking form below.

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