- 2019 MATHS RECOVERY INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE
- Teaching Number in the Classroom for 4- to 8-year-olds
- Developing Number Knowledge Assessment, Teaching and Intervention with 7-11 year olds
- Maths Recovery Intervention Specialist Course
- Follow on Virtual Workshop Tens and Ones and Multiplication and Division
- Virtual Workshops for Classroom Teachers
How do I become a Maths Recovery Teacher?
Many teachers who attend the Maths Recovery Intervention Specialist Course wish to go on to be accredited as a Maths Recovery Teacher.
In order to be accredited as a Maths Recovery teacher you will need to demonstrate that you:
• hold a teaching qualification
• have attended a course of study approved by the Maths Recovery Council, UK and Ireland
• have administered all nine LFIN assessment interviews
• taught a child for at least 40 individual sessions
• kept a reflective journal
• submitted an assignment of a case study focusing on a chosen child you have taught
The case study should include:
- two video assessment interviews and associated annotated scripts and video clips of at least two lessons with associated lesson plans
- a reflection upon your Maths Recovery experience demonstrating your understanding of the programme.
- a short documentation of the child’s progress in mathematics
Please download the Maths Recovery Accreditation for Teachers document for more detailed information. Maths Recovery Accreditation for Teachers 2019