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Places of Worship and Charities


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Created on 20 October 2010 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 16 November 2010 by ncetm_administrator

Places of Worship and CharitiesPlaces of Worship and Charities
 

Places of Worship and Charities

Places of worship are renowned for architecture that display geometrical shapes, patterns, visually satisfying proportions and elaborate decoration. They are rich in visual mathematics and present the creative teacher with a wealth of opportunities. Planning the visit can provide many learning opportunities for the pupils. Studying the world of charities take us through many lands and cultures, each with their own application of mathematical ideas, and styles of teaching, that can give us insights into alternative pedagogies.
 
 
Coco Teaches African Children
Using African Games of strategy and problem solving to raise awarenesss of COCO, the charity.
 
 
Planning a Visit to the Cathedral (Grand Day Out)
Outdoor maths featured in the preparation for a visit to the cathedral.
  
 

Professional Development Modules

  • Primary - this professional development module for primary is designed to help explore the possibilities of facilitating mathematics outside.
  • Secondary - this professional development module for secondary is designed to help explore the possibilities of facilitating mathematics outside.
  • Primary & Secondary - this professional development module for primary and secondary is designed to follow on from the work begun in module 1.
  • For everyone involved in mathematics education - this professional development module is designed to help explore the possibilities of facilitating mathematics outside.
 
     
 
 

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