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Mathemagician Andrew Jeffrey @ the Helix 2-4th Class

The original and still the best Mathemagician returns again to the biggest venue we have
  • Location: Dublin
  • Primary
When Oct 19, 2017
from 10:00 AM to 11:00 AM
Where Helix DCU Dublin
Contact Name
Contact Phone 01 7005293
Attendees 2 - 4th Class Primary
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This is a free event for Primary schools 2 - 4th Classes

Andrew Jeffrey, aka The Mathemagician, is a teacher, lecturer, magician, and keynote speaker and has been described as a mathematical evangelist. He is the author of several books, including 'Be A Wizard With Numbers', 'Magic for Kids', '100 Top Tips for Top Maths Teachers', 'Top 20 Maths Displays', and the brand new 'Cool, Calm and Calculators.' A former vice-principal, Andrew travels the world inspiring and entertaining teachers and students alike with his Magic of Maths shows.

Andrew is a member of the magic circle and also a maths teacher – does lots of interactive maths tricks, visual tricks, shapes, tricks with numbers etc. with an emphasis on motivating students and building confidence. Shows are full of audience participation, lots of noise, great fun

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