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  • Problem-solving for all: engage, inspire and motivate all students

    Date: 
    Friday, 12 December 2014 - 9:15am to 3:30pm

    NRICH Hands-On Maths Roadshow activity 'Nine Colours'

    This full-day professional development event, led by our NRICH team, will support you in providing rich problem-solving opportunities for all your students on a regular basis. During the day you will be able to explore some of the substantial collection of problems on the NRICH site, including examples from the Hands On Maths Roadshow, and think about how to plan these activities into effective and engaging lessons. The day will help you develop further steps for your school in enabling all students to become confident and competent problem solvers.

    The content of the conference is suitable for Primary, Middle and Secondary schools and there will be opportunities during the day to work in phase-specific groups. There is no requirement to have had, or to book, a Roadshow visit for your school. You will however, leave the conference with an appreciation of the potential value of this NRICH outreach programme.

    How to book
    Each school may send one or two participants: the day is aimed at teachers of mathematics across Key Stages 1, 2, 3 and 4. The cost of the day is £120 per participant, or £180 for two participants. To register, please complete the online booking form.

    Event full?: 
    Places still available
    Level additional information: 
    Primary, Middle or Secondary school teachers of mathematics at Key Stages 1, 2, 3 or 4, who want to engage, inspire and motivate their students further through a problem solving approach.