Teaching Number Knowledge (TNK) is the specific way of teaching that provides the largest gains in a learner’s Number Knowledge. Some features of TNK are part of a wider ‘great teaching’ skillset that can be applied to the teaching of most subjects. However, many features of TNK are bespoke teaching techniques and principles that are a response to the unique features of the domain of Number Knowledge and the way a learner acquires Number Knowledge.

The Teaching Hub aims to support a teacher through their own learning journey, gradually developing their own elite TNK expertise. You do not need to agree with everything that appears in the Teaching Hub; even in disagreement you will be strengthening your knowledge of TNK. If you wish to contribute to the Teaching Hub, or have a signpost to your own resources that Teaching Hub users may find useful, then please make contact with us by emailing WWN@hardingeducation.com.

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This is the third and final short blog post encouraging Year 2 teachers (Primary 3 in Scotland, 1st Grade in many other countries) to carry out an internal

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