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The AIM Programme in Bristol


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Created on 16 April 2008 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 28 August 2008 by ncetm_administrator

aim - achievement in maths - supported by the GE Foundation

 
The AIM (Achievement in Maths) Programme, funded by the GE Foundation, the Philanthropic arm of GE, is targeted at improving young people’s basic mathematics skills by providing a real work-related context through which they can be applied. This resource explores projects recently piloted in Bristol.
  

The AIM Programme in Bristol
The GE Maths Challenge was planned and undertaken by 5 schools in the Bristol area.  The challenge was a one day event which was held at GE's premises, to reinforce the business and workplace context.  Activities were developed that took into account both the feedback from teacher's and GE staff.  The learning activities were Blind Sequencing, Magic Show, Around the World in 80 days and Magic Tricks & Brainteasers.

Click below to find out more about the Challenge.

1. Analysis of Work
2. Aspirations
3. GE Research
4. Planning & Development
5. Implementation
6. Activity - Blind Sequencing
7. Activity - Magic Show
8. Activity - Around the World in 80 days
9. Activity - Magic Tricks & Brainteasers
10. Lessons Learned
11. Maths Professional Development for Teachers
12. Appendices
 
 
 

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