Audience: ages 7 to 17 years. Due to Covid 19 this years event will be held online. DojoMór is a national coding event for kids aged 7 to 17 years. There will be a combination of coding workshops available on the day such as programming, scratch, web design, App development and much more. There will

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Virtual Maths Brunch @ Mary Immaculate College

Audience: Second Level Students :Transition Year, 5th Year and 6th Year Description: Virtual Maths Brunch @ Mary Immaculate College Thurles : Join staff and students of MIC Thurles for an online maths lecture with Dr Derek Kitson on emerging applications of geometry and combinatorics in science and technology. Booking Details - Contact: or

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2020 vision with your  Maths Eyes

Audience: Primary Teachers Description: Everyone uses mathematics in their daily life but they sometimes don't call it mathematics. For most people, the mathematics that surrounds them remains invisible and parents underestimate their mathematical abilities because they often consider the mathematics they can do as 'common sense' and the tasks they can't do as 'mathematics'. In

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Audience: Maths for All  Maths Week Ireland will run from 10th - 18th October 2020. If you are doing activities or taking part in any of the events please register on the website. Maths Week Ireland is a co-operative movement with local partners all over Ireland together with schools and teachers changing attitudes towards maths.

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Fractions, percentages and budgeting

Audience: Maths Educators. Niamh O’Meara, Lecturer in Mathematics Education, EPI STEM, University of Limerick presents Designing tasks for the teaching and learning of fractions, percentages and budgeting Date: Friday 1st November 2019 Time: 10:00am – 1:00pm lunch at 1:00pm Venue: Limerick and Clare ETB Further Education Centre, Room 23, Clonroad Campus, Ennis, Co. Clare Booking:

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Maths in the City: Dublin

The Maths Week team will be taking their live pop-up maths exhibit to the streets of Dublin this Maths Week. We will have shows and activities for all the family at the Bank of Ireland Plaza on College Green  in the heart of Dublin city centre. Stop by for a taste of the lighter side

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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

By |2019-10-03T14:36:51+00:00October 18th, 2019|Categories: |Tags: , , , , , , , , |Comments Off on Planting the Seeds with Mark Saul

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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