Dyscalculia Workshop - Helping Students Develop Mathematical Understandings - Dr Judi Humbestone
Monday 23rd April 2018
LDA are running a workshop with Dr Judi Humberstone, a leading expert, who will explain how primary age children actually learn mathematical concepts and how their mathematic learning potential can be assessed.
Date: Saturday 19 May 2018
Time: 9.30am - 1.00pm, Registration from 9.00am
Venue: Treacy Centre, 126 The Avenue, Parkville, Melbourne
Dr Judi Humberstone, Senior Lecturer and Psychologist, Number Cognition Lab at University of Melbourne, is a trained mathematics teacher who has taught in Australia and the UK for over 30 years. Motivated by the number of students reporting a dislike for maths and the significant impact a lack of maths ability has on the self-esteem of affected individuals, Judi retrained as a clinical psychologist. Judis current research aims to answer the question: How do children acquire mathematical understanding? In association with colleagues, Judi's research addresses:
- The relationships between the development of mathematical concepts and general cognitive abilities across the primary-school years
- Individual differences in the development of primary-school aged children's arithmetic competence
- Individual differences in students acquisition of algebraic ability
- The use of interactive assessment to evaluate children's mathematical learning potential in rational number and algebra.
Cost: LDA Member $60
Non Member $75
Click on the link below to register
Cancellation Policy: LDA has a no refund policy. The exception would be if the event had to be cancelled. Registration can be transferred from one staff member to another if required. Please advise LDA of any changes.
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