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Moved LivMS Event: * *Date:* 15 Nov, 2014 * *Time:* 10:00 to 13:00 * *Presenter:* Claire Martin * *Title:* Problem Solving and Reasoning Mathematically * *Audience:* Primary CPD * *Venue:* Liverpool Hope University, EDEN Building, Hope Park, L16 9JD * *Contact:* Fiona Gustard: mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org ---- ! Notice dated 05/11/2014: ! Unfortunately this event is now cancelled but might be re-scheduled in the Spring term. ! Keep an eye on this page and the January Orbiter for further announcements *Problem*Solving* and *Reasoning*Mathematically* are two of the key aims of the new ~Mathematics National Curriculum, the ability to solve problems and reason are essential to everyday life. _ This session aims to explore how we can provide engaging opportunities for learners in primary school to develop these skills through a ~range of practical activities which can be used in the classroom. Aims: To explore how reasoning and problem solving skills support deep sustainable learning in ~mathematics To engage in practical activities which create opportunities to integrate ~mathematical reasoning and problem solving into the curriculum *Claire*Martin* is an independent education consultant based in the North West with 18 years experience in the primary sector. She has taught across the primary age ~range in schools in Birmingham, Trafford, Chicago and Warrington, where she was deputy headteacher for four years. Claire’s passion lies in ~mathematics and she has been ~mathematics subject leader, leading ~mathematics teacher and primary ~mathematics consultant in both Lancashire and Warrington. She is an accredited Every Child Counts Teacher Leader and leads professional development for teachers and teaching assistants to deliver ~mathematics intervention programmes. Claire is an affiliate Numicon trainer, NCETM Professional Development Accredited Lead and gained an MA in Early ~Mathematics Intervention in 2011. Claire continues to teach ~maths in primary schools and works with teachers, teaching assistants, subject leaders and teaching students to provide meaningful experiences to motivate and enthuse learners. Organiser: Lisa Baggaley *Contact:*Fiona*Gustard* mailto:email@example.com *for*application*forms,*further*details*and*costings* Applications need to be received by 25th October 2014 to secure a place on this course Download a flyer for the event here: DOC:141115_CPD_Primary.pdf Directions to Hope EDEN Building: DOC:Hope_EDEN_Building_v4.pdf