A complete multiplication and division teaching guide

Beyond Times Tables – Math strategies that stick

A practical, evidence-based and impactful classroom tool to help your students master multiplication and division facts with ease.

In over 50 years of supporting children’s learning, we noticed that there is no subject that causes anxiety quite like maths.

The core of most of these maths challenges goes back to mastering multiplication and division facts, which can follow students until High School and hinders building on these basics for higher maths, such as fractions and algebra.

We made it our mission to help reduce this anxiety and boost confidence by providing classroom resources that focus on conceptual learning and promote true understanding, based on new learnings over the years of how the brain learns, remembers & retrieves information.

That’s why our education specialists have developed an easy-to-use multiplication and division guide that makes lesson planning easier and teaching more effective & fun.

About the guide

Our complete multiplication and division guide has been aligned with the Australian Curriculum to help you support your students’ learning outcomes.

When you put these strategies into practice, you’ll give each of your students an opportunity to learn the maths facts with more enjoyment and less cognitive overload.

After using this guide you will be able to confidently structure a multiplication and division teaching program or intervention using strategies that stick.


What you’ll learn:

  • An explicit and strategic approach to teaching the multiplication and division facts
  • Recommended teaching sequence for introducing the multiplication and division facts
  • How to support recall of the facts 
  • How to support students who aren’t recalling the facts as expected
  • How to help your students extend their multiplication and division skills

Easy lesson planning & more effective support for your students struggling with maths

What’s included?

Our multiplication and division guide comes with everything you will ever need to teach the multiplication and division facts and implement straight away:


  • Teaching resources: get Google Classroom-ready resources to teach each of the facts including slides, charts, worksheet generators, printouts and more
  • Lesson plans: spend more time teaching with ready-to-go lesson plans for the key multiplication and division facts 
  • 50-page reflection guide: put the teaching strategies into practice with bonus videos for enhanced and easy learning
  • 5+ hours of video training: enhance your teaching strategies with 40 short lessons
  • Unlimited access: revisit the video teaching guides as many times as you need 
  • Q&A: get advice and specialised support from our experts
  • Course Certificate: recognise your learning with up to 5 teacher identified professional learning hours

Our brand-new classroom teaching and intervention guide is now available for early access. Simply book via the below link to guide you to our secure learning platform.

We look forward to supporting you to make greater impact and join us on our mission to help reduce maths anxiety and boost confidence in the classroom.

Course Developers

Lizzie Davis

Lizzie Davis

Lizzie has a Masters in Special Education, School Improvement and Design and has worked as a primary school teacher in a range of school systems and settings for the last 20 years. She is passionate about breaking barriers that limit learning and is committed to providing high-quality, evidence-based and practical professional learning to colleagues.


Dr Samantha Hornery

Samantha is a primary school and special education teacher with over 20 years’ experience, and has gained a PhD in Dyslexia Interventions. She is dedicated to providing evidence-based practice and has spent her career empowering children who have difficulties learning to succeed at school.

The course supports:

1.2 Understand how students learn

2.5 Literacy and numeracy strategies

3.2 Plan, structure and sequence learning programs


Additionally if you access the monthly live Q&A this supports:

6.4 Apply professional learning and improve student learning


At the completion of Module 8 a statement of professional learning standards will be supplied.

Live Zoom Q&A sessions will be run with Lizzie Davis and Dr Samantha Hornery on the last Monday of each month at 4pm.

Course participants will be sent links to register for each session.

The sessions will provide an opportunity for you to ask questions, provide feedback, gain clarification and test ideas with us.

Individual licenses can be purchased for the course, which are linked to an individual’s email. The license gives you unlimited access to the course, including all resources and any updates made to the content.

Each license is for individual use only and is not to be shared.

In the event that a teacher is no longer working at a school, the you can request a transfer of this login. The new login will have full access to the 3 hours of teacher professional learning, all resources and ability to participate in the monthly live Q&A.

A transfer fee of $49.95 will be charged for the replacement login.

Schools can get in touch with us via workshops@learninglinks.org.au to discuss a package of licenses for your school.

We want you to feel feel completely assured that this is course is right for you and your students, so Learning Links is offering a no-risk money back guarantee.

If you make a genuine attempt to complete the course and attend a live Q&A session and provide us with an opportunity to help you, but still find that the strategies, the sequence, the framework and the library of resources don’t work for you, you will be offered a refund.

To make the funding approval process easy for you, we have prepared a letter of approval, to customise and submit the course information and details about Learning Links to your school principal. Shall you need any other support for funding approval, please contact us.

Letter For Funding Template – final

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