# Your Getting Started Guide To Spiralling

Have you been curious about spiralling your math curriculum? Heard colleagues talking about it, but not quite sure what it is, what the benefits are and how you can get started in your own classroom? If you're wanting to increase retention and explicitly model the interconnectedness of mathematics each day in your classroom, then spiralling is for you! Dive into this course... now!

Have you been curious about spiralling your math curriculum? Heard colleagues talking about it, but not quite sure what it is, what the benefits are and how you can get started in your own classroom?

If you’re wanting to increase retention and explicitly model the interconnectedness of mathematics each day in your classroom, then spiralling is for you!

## What you’ll learn:

- What is spiralling your math curriculum and why should I do it?
- 6 Steps to Spiralling Your Math Class; and,
- 9 Starter Strategies to Get Spiralling.

## Certificate:

A certificate of completion will be unlocked once each module and lesson in this course is marked complete.

## Length of course:

Approximately 4 hours of video lesson content with another recommended 4-6 hours of reflection, planning and implementing.

## Who can access this course?

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## Resources unpacked in this course:

- The Complete Guide to Spiralling [Blog Post]
- Surface Learning vs. Deep Learning - John Hattie
- The Learning Curve - Herman Ebbinghaus
- The Forgetting Curve - Herman Ebbinghaus
- Why Teaching Through Task is beneficial
- Illusion of Understanding
- Interleaved Mathematics Practice
- And much more!

## Guides shared throughout the course:

- Spiralling Guides [Downloadable in PDF Form]