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Spatial Reasoning – Mapping the World Around Us (Maths Session 3) Morning Session

June 5 @ 9:30 am - 11:30 am BST


Stronger Practice Hub Event

“Understanding spatial relationships begins at birth” ( Erikson, 2014 ) and we use our bodies and sensory experiences, gesture and language, memory and modelling, pictures and drawings to understand and map the world around us.

We will consider the key aspects of spatial reasoning and how best to support children’s learning trajectories through a maths-rich practice and provision. We will touch upon shape and space, mapping and navigation, and visualisation and representation.

Woven throughout this session will be the golden threads of noticing, talking and developing a positive attitude towards mathematics.

By the end of the session participants will feel more confident and knowledgeable on how to support children’s spatial reasoning, including aspects of spatial relations such as position, composition, and navigation; as well as identifying and composing of objects and images.

Part of this session will be recorded.


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June 5
9:30 am - 11:30 am BST
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2 Hours
Robin Taylor
Dates and times
Wednesday 5th June, 9:30am - 11:30am

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