PYP Mathematics: Planning for Learning and Teaching
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Ellen Manson
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About the Talk

Explore the ‘collaborative planning process for learning and teaching’ as a model for planning mathematical inquiry in a PYP classroom. Through the lens of what it is that students know, what they want to learn, what we want them to learn and what are the resources that could aid the process, focus on planning, learning, and teaching in Mathematics.

Things We’ll Explore

  • Collaborative planning process through the lens of mathematics.  
  • Using mathematical lens to build conceptual knowledge and skills
  • Resources for purposeful mathematical inquiries
  • Strategies to gather evidence about student knowledge, conceptual understanding and skills 
  • Learning about, through and in mathematics
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Ellen Manson
Experienced PYP Educator and Workshop Leader

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Ellen Manson
Ellen is an experienced international educator who has worked in all sectors of education from Pre-Reception to Tertiary. She has extensive classroom experience and a deep understanding of inquiry and concept-based teaching and learning. Ellen has taught in several International IB World schools across Asia as well as worked in the tertiary education sector, lecturing Bachelor of Education courses in two leading New Zealand Universities. As an IBEN, she frequently facilitates teacher professional development across the globe and has also developed and written PYP online workshops for teachers.
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PYP Mathematics: Planning for Learning and Teaching
Explore the 'collaborative planning process for learning and teaching' as a model for planning mathematical inquiry in a PYP classroom. Through the lens of what it is that students know, what they want to learn, what we want them to learn and what are the resources that could aid the process, focus on planning, learning, and teaching in Mathematics.