Latest Problems - 'NRICH Live' Primary for Teachers of ages 5-11

Latest Problems - 'NRICH Live' Primary for Teachers of ages 5-11

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A free webinar for teachers of mathematics for 5 - 11 year olds

About this event

Join Liz and Charlie from NRICH online for a chance to work on some problems from their latest features, and to consider the valuable mathematical thinking that the problems might prompt in your classroom.

This is a great opportunity to work collaboratively with other like-minded teachers on some rich mathematical tasks, and reflect on the implications for your practice.

On the day

This event will be hosted on Zoom and a link will be shared with all those who register.

During the events, we will share some of our thinking and invite you to have a go at some maths activities. It would therefore be useful for you to have pencil and paper available. There will be opportunities to share your thoughts with the NRICH team using the Zoom chat facility.

How to get involved

This event is free, but pre-booking is essential. To book your place please register online. Please note: if several teachers from the same school would like to take part, you will each need to register individually.

Thank you to Trinity College for their generous support for this event.

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