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LAST UPDATED: 12th December 2019 Higher order thinking skills in maths

​This resource illustrates practical activities to improve learning and teaching skills. It will support improvement by utilising higher order thinking skills.

LAST UPDATED: 24th April 2020 Numeracy and Mathematics Skills Professional Learning resource

This resource is designed to support improvement by highlighting eight key skills required to support and extend knowledge and understanding in numeracy and mathematics.

LAST UPDATED: 24th April 2020 Scottish Survey of Literacy and Numeracy: Professional learning resource - Time

​This resource aims to share children and young people’s performance in ‘Time’ in relation to the findings of the Scottish Survey of Literacy and Numeracy (SSLN).

LAST UPDATED: 24th April 2020 SSLN - Numeracy - Pupil performance in estimating and rounding

​This resource aims to share with practitioners, children’s and young people’s performance in ‘Estimating and rounding’, designed to support improvement.

LAST UPDATED: 27th February 2018 SSLN - Numeracy - Number and number processes

​This resource aims to share with practitioners, children’s and young people’s performance in ‘Number and number processes’ in relation to the findings of the SSLN.

LAST UPDATED: 13th December 2019 Numeracy Across Learning - professional learning resource

​The purpose of this resource is to outline a process which staff can use to plan for and support progression in numeracy across learning.

LAST UPDATED: 12th December 2019 Numeracy in Social Studies

​This paper offers examples of contexts across Social Studies where numeracy skills can be progressed and provides links to the Significant Aspects of Learning and the Learning Statements.

LAST UPDATED: 23rd March 2020 Using a Lesson Study approach to improve learning and teaching in numeracy in Glasgow

​This exemplar provides materials to support the introduction and implementation of a Lesson Study approach.

LAST UPDATED: 15th August 2019 Numeracy in Inverclyde

​This exemplar encapsulates work dedicated to numeracy at early and first levels that has been funded through the Scottish Attainment Challenge.

LAST UPDATED: 5th March 2018 A Constructivist approach to improving numeracy - Hareleeshill Primary School

​Cognitive Guided Instruction (CGI) is an approach to teaching mathematics which builds on a child’s own mathematical thinking as the basis for learning.