Multisensory Maths Teacher Training
Multiplication & Division
Live Online Training

Join us for a full day of hands-on training on how to teach multiplication and division using simple and effective methods. This teacher training is specific for giving teachers the help and support they need to be able to confidently teach maths!

Step by step, we will explore how to introduce the concept of skip counting or "fast adding" and all the functions of multiplication and division. We introduce the concept of making multiplication squares, which once you understand, you will be able to teach your students easily and effectively. 

Using the dynamic, hands-on Integer Block Kit as the tactile hands-on tools, these concepts take on a new perspective that is much easier to understand for you and your students! You'll understand the importance and ease of using hands-on resources to teach maths which will help you become a better teacher - and help your students achieve better maths results.

Perfect for primary, middle and high school teachers looking for a way to teach skip counting, multiplication and division in a simple and effective manner to students of all ages and abilities, including those with learning differences and students requiring intervention.


We are always updating and announcing new dates for these Trainings due to the high demand. You can check out the full Training page to have a look at the new workshops coming up!

Free teachers webinar

If you want to find out more about how we teach multisensory maths with specific hands-on tools and resources that can support your students, you can join us for our next upcoming free webinar. 

This session is for teachers looking to teach maths in a more effective way and is perfect for those with struggling maths students, requiring intervention and is especially effective for students with learning differences. 

Sign up here for the free webinar:

Looking forward to seeing you there!


The Team at Maths Australia

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