How can we explore the world and real life contexts through numeracy? Welcome to Montgomery Development Education Centre, where we will to look further into this topic.
To book your place, please email Hannes Sundkvist: email@example.com
Aim and Session
The aim with this session is to explore ways in which the world can be brought into your classroom through numbers. The session is designed to help raise awareness, compare and answer questions through graphs, statistics and tables. We will look at resources that link and emphasise equality and human rights through Numeracy.
Material and Resources
Materials used in this session are all designed to combine numeracy and Global Learning. Attendees will also be introduced to a variety of STEM resources. The primary resource for this session is Oxfam’s More or Less Equal? Resources for Maths. You can find it here: www.oxfam.org.uk/education/resources/more-or-less-equal-maths.
Other resources featured are from Practical Action, Stride Magazine and ActionAid. We will also further explore the numeracy aspect of The Miniature Earth Learning Project.
By attending this session you will gain knowledge on different ways to approach global issues through maths and statistics and by designing graphs. The key outcome of this session is for attendees to gain understanding and confidence to apply mathematics to measure and compare our world and successfully illustrate this through statistics.
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