Richard Andrew Maths Masterclass 2022

We're excited to be hosting a workshop to maximise understanding and foster agency in Maths students with Richard Andrew. 

What is this event?

This event is an online workshop hosted by Education Perfect with facilitator Richard Andrew. This event is for Maths teachers based in New Zealand and Australia.

Who is Richard Andrew?

Richard Andrew spent 20 years as a teacher, including six as Department Head. For the last twelve, Richard has presented teachers with a road map for change requiring the tweaking of current practices rather than the 'throwing the baby out with the bathwater'.

Richard is an extremely relatable presenter claiming to have made ‘more mistakes than anyone in the history of teaching’. It is his transparency and his ability to present large pedagogical ideas in a feet-on-the-ground, easy to follow, (no edu-babble) manner that makes his work transformative.

By the end of the course, participants will have:

  • Unpacked mathematical understanding and student agency.
  • Unpacked aspects of maths instruction that inhibit understanding and agency in students.
  • An appreciation of the 'Understanding first, procedures second' framework.
  • Adopted and implemented several strategies from the framework that better promote understanding and agency (without minimising the importance of procedures).

How will the event work?

Content is delivered on a weekly basis (approximately 1 hour per week), during two 30-minute webinars with our facilitator.

In NZ, we'll also be hosting a one-off in-person workshop in Takapuna, Auckland. Sign up below!

When are the workshops?

The online workshop runs from Monday 23rd May - Friday 24th June.

The in-person workshop will be held on Wednesday 1st June 2022 in Takapuna, Auckland.

How do I sign up?

For pricing, registration, and more information, please visit our site:

Click here for New Zealand

Click here for Australia

For any questions about this event, please feel free to contact us.

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