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Developing Number Sense: Experiences from Classrooms

By: Aarnout Brombacher

September 11, 2013

The September numeracy webinar of the Global Partnership for Education explores how children in early grades need to develop a “number sense” or intuitive understanding of numbers so that they can succeed in school and higher level mathematics.

Numeracy Webinar|Numeracy

Region: Global

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  • Information and Communication Technology
  • Numeracy

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Event Recordings, Materials & E-Courses

Mobile Math Learning: Using Mobile Technology for Math Education - A Project from Mexico City

By: Juan Carlos Olmedo Estrada

August 7, 2013

Mati-Tech is a learning project designed to determine the efficacy of using mobile cellular technology to improve math & digital skills of primary school children.

Numeracy|ICT

Region: Mexico

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  • Policy Issues
  • Numeracy

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Event Recordings, Materials & E-Courses

Numeracy (Education) Matters to Economies

By: Luis Crouch

July 10, 2013

The July numeracy webinar of the Global Partnership for Education explores how mathematics contributes to a country’s economic and social growth – and how economists calculate this value. Dr. Luis Crouch, Chief Technical Officer at RTI International examines the importance of mathematics education for development through an economic lens.

Economic return on Education|Numeracy|Early Grade Math

Region: Global

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  • Numeracy

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Event Recordings, Materials & E-Courses

Special Numeracy Webinar: Joining Forces to Promote Numeracy: Multi-Donor Panel Discussion

By: Michael Holländer, Noah Yarrow, Edward Barnett, Aki Kageyama

June 19, 2013

In response to the positive feedback from the International Numeracy Conference held in Berlin in December 2012, GIZ is developing a new Numeracy Sector Program dedicated to promoting numeracy in pre-school and in early grades in the framework of the international education agenda. This webinar aims to pick up the energy generated in Berlin and to push forward the agenda of numeracy education internationally.

Numeracy Webinar

Region: Global

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  • Numeracy

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Event Recordings, Materials & E-Courses

From Standards to the Classroom: Mathematical Competence in Early Education

By: Linda Platas

June 5, 2013

The June numeracy webinar explores a project that examines what standards are needed for early childhood education to create effective curriculum, instruction, assessment, and teacher training for early year learning – specifically in mathematics education.

Numeracy Webinar|Early Grade Math

Region: Global

Topics

  • Testing and Assessment
  • Numeracy

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Event Recordings, Materials, and E-Courses

Assessing Students' Math Skills in 2 Minutes?

By: Nadia Nosworthy

May 8, 2013

What if it took teachers just 2 minutes to find out the level of a student’s math abilities? And to assess the risk of a student ending up with bad grades in math? This Global Partnership for Education’s May numeracy webinar explores a 2-minute early grade mathematics test developed by Nadia Nosworthy, a Ph.D. candidate in the Numerical Cognition Laboratory at Western University in Canada.

Numeracy Webinar

Region: Global, Cambodia

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  • Information and Communication Technology

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Event Recordings, Materials, and E-Courses

Media, Muppets, and Math -- Numeracy Work at Sesame Workshop

By: Abby Bucuvalas

April 3, 2013

Imagine learning numbers, addition, subtraction, or fractions by watching a Muppets show! This is how the Sesame Workshop gets children around the world to learn and enjoy math. Learn more about the Sesame Workshop in this numeracy webinar featuring Abby Bucuvalas, assistant director of global education at the Sesame Workshop.

Numeracy Webinar

Region: Global

Topics

  • Testing and Assessment
  • Numeracy

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Event Recordings, Materials, and E-Courses

Going Inside Latin American Math & Science Classrooms

By: Emma Näslund-Hadley

March 6, 2013

In the March numeracy webinar, Dr. Emma Näslund-Hadley, Lead Education Specialist at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), shares findings from a video study that went inside 582 sixth-grade math and science classrooms in three countries: Paraguay, the Dominican Republic, and the state of Nuevo Leon in Mexico. The study also looked at how inquiry-based learning influences classroom instruction.

Numeracy Webinar

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  • Teachers and Teaching

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Event Recordings, Materials & E-Courses

Bridging Informal and Formal Knowledge in Numeracy Education to Support High Quality Instruction

By: Yasmin Sitabkhan

February 6, 2013

Dr. Yasmin Sitabkhan discusses the importance of drawing on informal mathematics in early grade instruction.  She raises questions as to how formal and informal mathematics can be bridged and used to enhance the quality of early grade mathematics teaching and learning.

Region: Global

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  • Teachers and Teaching

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Event Recordings, Materials & E-Courses

Developing a Primary Mathematics Instructional Program in Liberia

By: David Chard

January 9, 2013

In this webinar, Dr. David Chard, Dean of the Annette Caldwell Simmons School of Education and Human Development at Southern Methodist University in the United States, presents his latest work “Developing Early Mathematics Instructional Programs and Training for Liberian School Teachers.” Dr. Chard has done extensive work in Liberia working with teachers on early grade mathematics to ensure that children learn primary school mathematics and continue to stay in school.

Region: Liberia

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