Planting the Seeds with Mark Saul

Audience: Post Primary junior cycle. PLANTING THE SEEDS: How early mathematical learning grows into deep understanding with Mark Saul, Ph.D., Executive Director, Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival We who teach mathematics are very fortunate. We can take advantage of a certain unity to the field. Early steps in arithmetic and geometry can lead to insights that

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Maths Magic with Andrew Jeffrey

Audience: Post Primary junior. Andrew Jeffrey – the Mathemagician – brings a highly interactive and engaging show, which has an emphasis on motivating students and building their confidence in maths. Andrew is a teacher, former vice-principal, magician, and keynote speaker. Described as a mathematical evangelist, he is the author of several books including ‘Be A

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Can Maths be Fun? Puzzle Pirates Workshop!

Can Maths Be Fun? Audience: Suitable for 4th, 5th, 6th Class groups. The journey for young puzzle pirates takes the young mathematicians to the world of puzzling. The mixture of activities brings about predictability, surprise, wonderment and the feeling of self-satisfaction. The young mathematicians will participate in different mathematical tasks as they go along. Samples

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Ken Farquhar – It Doesn’t Add Up!

Audience: Suitable for Primary students (5th and 6th Class) Ken Farquhar is one of Britain’s leading STEM presenters, inspiring young people since 1995. His acclaimed maths show is designed to entertain and educate. The show is less sleight of hand and more dexterity in maths. Amazing magic tricks are performed and the maths revealed. Find out about

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Maths Magic with Andrew Jeffrey

Audience: Primary senior. Andrew Jeffrey – the Mathemagician – brings a highly interactive and engaging show, which has an emphasis on motivating students and building their confidence in maths. Andrew is a teacher, former vice-principal, magician, and keynote speaker. Described as a mathematical evangelist, he is the author of several books including ‘Be A Wizard

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Planting the seeds with Mark Saul

Audience: Secondary up to GCSE PLANTING THE SEEDS: How early mathematical learning grows into deep understanding with Mark Saul, Ph.D., Executive Director, Julia Robinson Mathematics Festival We who teach mathematics are very fortunate. We can take advantage of a certain unity to the field. Early steps in arithmetic and geometry can lead to insights that

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Incorporating everyday items and activities into numeracy teaching and learning

Audience: Maths Educators. Sorcha Moran, Numeracy Trainer and Tutor, Mayo, Sligo and Leitrim ETB presents Incorporating everyday items and activities into numeracy teaching and learning Date: Friday 18th October 2019 Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm lunch at 1:00pm Venue: Tuam Adult Learning Centre, Chapel Lane, Tuam, Co. Galway, H54 YC42 Booking: Please fill in the BOOKING

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Using technology in the numeracy classroom and problem-solving in numeracy

Audience: Maths Educators. Mark Prendergast, Lecturer in Mathematics Education, University College Cork presents Using technology in the numeracy classroom and problem-solving in numeracy (Level 3) Date: Friday 18th October 2019 Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm lunch at 1:00pm Venue: Cork Training Centre, Rossa Avenue, Bishopstown, Cork, T12 EE94 Booking: Please fill in the BOOKING FORM and

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Can Maths be Fun? Puzzle Pirates Workshop!

Can Maths Be Fun? Audience: Suitable for 4th, 5th, 6th Class groups. The journey for young puzzle pirates takes the young mathematicians to the world of puzzling. The mixture of activities brings about predictability, surprise, wonderment and the feeling of self-satisfaction. The young mathematicians will participate in different mathematical tasks as they go along. Samples

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