Jan 22 2014
We’d like to say a big thank you to everyone who volunteered their services (including Vicky McKinnell and Farnley Tyas First School, Allison Deighton and Bowling Green Primary School, Cassandra Rei from Laidlaw Hall, Amita Shah, and Sheila Capewell) and helped to make the filming of our training videos a big success last week. In particular, we’d like to thank Jo Liversidge and Betty Stathers from Nature’s Footprints Forest Play and Education CIC, and Helen Collier, Specialist Speech and Language teacher, who feature in the videos with Celia.
Altogether we filmed 12 short videos, covering all the essential elements of the Beat Dyscalculia kits (including stringalongs, the Addacus, rainbow numbers etc.) and how to use them, plus how to use the resources to teach key topics such as time, times tables, fractions and decimals, and money.
The videos are designed to work together as a course to supplement the classroom-based training courses that we offer, or as a refresher for schools who’ve had some training or who need to train up additional members of staff.
The videos will be available along with other downloadable resources via our website shortly.
Please contact us if you’d like to know more or alternatively, you can find out about our classroom-based training and packages of resources and training.