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FE Magazine - Issue 9: News from the STEM Networks

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FE Magazine Issue 9

News from the STEM Networks

LSIS STEM network meetings for mathematics took place in Leeds, Newcastle, Nottingham, Guildford, Solihull, Exeter, Cambridge and London during March 2009.

Participants enjoyed sharing a great variety of ideas, approaches and resources during the ‘Show and Tell’ hour and several of these are now posted in the documents section of the STEM Mathematics Network community.

Mathematics and Engineering teachers worked together taking part in People Bingo and exploring Learning Conversations and questioning techniques from the Motivational Dialogue resources available on the Excellence Gateway.

Rich Tasks were the focus for another of the workshop sessions including activities at different levels from:

The meetings also provided links to other STEM and mathematics items, including feedback from recent research action projects and new resources:

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