Rob Vingerhoets Professional DevelopmentSetting Yourself Up for Success
Rob Vingerhoets is an experienced and highly regarded teacher educator who is focused on engaging students in their mathematics learning.
His work is mainly in classrooms with classroom teachers. He has modelled, coached and planned with teachers in State, Catholic and Independent schools located in a variety of socio-economic areas and with students from Prep to Year 10. He works across Melbourne, throughout Victoria, interstate and overseas.
As well as providing professional learning days for education systems, individual schools and some select Professional Development providers, Rob is also a widely published author.
To maximise the experience and opportunity to discuss and ask questions, the first three days are strictly limited to 15 participants due to the classroom demonstration component – so it’s first-in, best dressed! Day four is limited to 20 participants.
High Impact Maths Professional Learning
This professional learning opportunity is designed for teachers and numeracy coordinators who want to make their maths teaching as effective as possible. It is designed for teachers who want to get the most out of their time teaching maths in the classroom and see best practice maths pedagogy applied in an authentic classroom situation.
SETTING YOURSELF UP for MATHS
RVPD is introducing a new format!
No two days are exactly the same and attendance on more than one day is welcomed and encouraged.
The details for each day are as follows:
This day will focus on Place Value and the Four Operations, including a whole range of effective and classroom-proven place value activities to engage your students. It will also highlight some highly effective strategies for each of the 4 operations. The day features a demonstration lesson in one of the classrooms at the school. Suitable for teachers from Foundation to Year 6 – A great way to set up your term 1, 2020.
Ready to Go! These two sessions are designed to give you a comprehensive kit-bag of warm-up activities for your students that you want & need to engage/fire up the class for maths. Both days include a demonstration lesson in one of the classrooms at the school that demonstrate how the activities work with kids. Day 2 is designed for Foundation to Year 2, and Day 3 is designed for Years 3 to 6.
The final day focuses on how to sensibly and effectively plan for maths in 2020, and will include lots of valuable digital resources for participants to bring home with them – including units of work that will make the planning that we do on this day come alive. The day will set up your maths planning for 2020 – and it will get your term 1 planned with lessons/activities set to go.