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Building Conceptual Understandings in Mathematics Through an Inquiry Approach


4 interactive sessions - 2 hours per session 

(participants will receive a certificate of completion of 8 PD hours at the end of the workshop)


January 19, 26, February 2, 9, 2022 (Wednesdays) 


London 7.00 am | India 11.30 am

Bangkok 2.00pm | Adelaide 5.30 pm

Your Time


USD 400 per participant

Group of 2 or more
USD 360 per participant

(limited seats - not more than 20 participants)


Led by: 

Meredith Page

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"Knowing what to do and why it works is the aim of learning mathematics. Having both procedural and conceptual understanding working together is the goal. How do you develop both, which comes first, and does it matter? "

Meredith has worked as a classroom teacher, PYP Coordinator, IBO workshop leader and site visitor for PYP schools.


Her latest role as a Curriculum Coordinator includes challenging and supporting teachers to think more conceptually across all learning areas so they can create authentic opportunities for student inquiry.

Workshop Audience

Classroom teachers, mathematics coordinators, and learning support or special needs teachers are invited
to attend this series of workshops to develop their understanding and knowledge of ways to support
students successfully learning mathematics.

Workshop Goals

 Exploring how students become mathematically empowered learners through opportunities to inquire and develop their knowledge and understanding in mathematics.

Teachers reflect on their own understanding, beliefs, and practices regarding teaching and learning

Topics Covered

Session 1. January 19, 2022

Understanding the fundamental concepts in elementary mathematics

Session 2. January 26, 2022

Fostering the dispositions for success through the inquiry process


Session 3.  February 2, 2022

Building conceptual understandings of the fundamental concepts


Session 4. February 9, 2022

Building conceptual understandings in multiplicative thinking

Note:  You may be asked before a session to have some simple equipment with you during the session such as counters, tape measures, small scales, etc. things you would very likely have at school or home.

Workshop Coordinator

Navin Pawa

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