Using visual representations: enhance learning and understanding in mathematics
Oak's Maths Subject Lead, Ed Southall, takes an in-depth look at the effective use of visual representations in mathematics.
This webinar covers:
- The use of visual representation across primary and secondary mathematics to help develop conceptual understanding of abstract topics.
- Useful models to make explanations of the four operations and other areas of maths more easy to grasp for students.
- Interesting tools such as double number lines, area and bar models.
Who it's for:
- Primary and secondary maths teachers
- Heads of maths
If you found this workshop helpful, here are some additional resources to help support your in-class teaching:
- Explore our Lesson and Resource Directory for a full list of lessons, filtered by subject and key stage (including Teacher Hub links).
- Take a look at our curriculum maps. For each subject and key stage there is a map that provides:
- an overview of the curriculum principles we’ve followed;
- details about all units of work in each subject and key stage;
- one or more optional sequences you can teach them in.