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|477 tasks placed in schools during March.
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Mathematics Centre is here!Your world of alternatives to text-based learning which is built around the attitude that all students can learn to work like a mathematician in happy, healthy, cheerful, productive, inspiring classrooms.
Mathematics Centre is your gateway to this world. It is designed to help you navigate more swiftly and efficiently all the areas you already know on our sites and explore more readily that which you have yet to discover.
Please visit the link below and make it a favourite.I have found it useful to create a Mathematics Centre folder on my favourites bar and within it include links to my most commonly used parts of the site. It's all ready to go right now, but over time you will notice consequent small redesigning of familiar parts to improve cohesion and navigation even further. The plan is to make these changes as seamlessly and unobtrusively as possible.
Please visit and explore.Every piece of content you know and love is there and new material has begun to flow again. Maths300 is now in the hands of ESA completely with Charles and myself as contracted supporters. Please feedback to ESA through the 'Contact Us' link on site to congratulate them or guide them in tidying up any little problems you discover.
The task is suitable for Years 4 to 10 and can be used to enhance Maths With Attitude Number & Computation kits in Years 5/6 and Years 9/10.
Thanks to teachers, Francesca Lyon, Bushfield School, UK, and Clare Malone, Alsager School, Cheshire, UK, there have also been changes to the Task Cameos for Task 2, Cars in a Garage, and Task 12, Matching Cards. See the Task Cameo Library in the Link List below.
Different titles, different content, but all within one framework:
All children can learn to work like a mathematician in happy, healthy, cheerful, productive, inspiring classrooms.Choose one session, some sessions or all sessions. Sessions are limited to workshop size, so first in best dressed. May is not that far away, so this is not an opportunity to put off until later.
All bookings are being handled by Critical Agendas as explained in the PDF fliers linked below.