Over the last 10 years I have been lucky enough to deliver workshops to teachers all over the world. These workshops are based on the ideas and research included in my two books, How I wish I’d taught maths and Reflect, Expect, Check, Explain, and benefit from the experiences I have had and lessons I have learned working with teachers and students in several countries over the last two years.
I have decided to take five of my most popular one day workshops and turn them into online versions.
The first one of these is live now: Making the most of worked examples.
The cost is £25 (+VAT) per person.
Online courses have a number of key advantages over in-person events:
Online courses are cheaper – both in terms of the cost of the course, and travel and supply costs
You can take the course at a time that suits them, breaking it up over a number of days and weeks if needed
You can “attend” the course wherever you like – in your school, a coffee shop, or the comfort of your own home
If you miss a bit – or fail to understand my weird northern accent – you can simply watch the relevant video again
I can go into more detail, not constrained by set times or slowed down by technical mishaps
Of course, there are disadvantages too, most notably the inability to discuss key parts of the courses with colleagues. This can be overcome, however, if you know of a colleague who is also taking the course, and you schedule in regular times to chat and discuss your thoughts and takeaways.
Here is a video introducing the course:
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