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MATHS, MIGRATION AND STORYTELLING: CPD KS3-4 TRAINING DAY - BURSARIES AVAIL...

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Royal Geographical Society

1 Kensington Gore

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SW7 2AR

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Monday 10th February, 9:30-3, Royal Geographical Society (with IBG)

This training day, and freely available four-lesson unit of work, will support you to use a real data set from one of Europe’s largest academic research projects, along with a powerful visual story, to help your pupils critically engage with the realities of migration - through maths and data skills. Developed by teachers, and tested out in schools, this unit provides students with the opportunity to:

  • Apply statistics to authentic data and develop a stronger conceptual understanding

  • Explore a big data set, hugely beneficial in preparing students for A Level mathematics

  • Think critically about migration

  • Make links across the curriculum - with links to geography, art, english, drama, and ICT

  • Use data to support an argument and experiment with novel ways to present data

The day will be co-facilitated by Jess Barnecutt, Assistant Head teacher at Oaklands School (and Head of Maths for 6 years), and Dr Laura Price from not for profit PositiveNegatives - who make visual stories with academic data about humanitarian issues.

The data is from MEDMIG, led by Professor Heaven Crawley PhD. The North Star Fading animation is created by Karrie Fransman for PositiveNegatives. We will be joined by Professor Heaven Crawley on the day for a Q&A.

Watch this video to find out more about this project.

Pupils will be able to explore the data to answer questions they’re interested in such as:

  • Who are the refugees?


  • Where are they from?

  • How old are they?

  • Are the married, education, employed?

  • 
How did they get to Europe?


  • How long did it take, how did they travel, which route did they go?

  • Who did they travel with?

  • Did they bring their children?

Booking, Bursaries And Other Information

Places are limited so please book to avoid disappointment.

A limited number of bursaries for £100 each are available for teachers from state schools, and will be released once the below conditions are fulfilled:

  • teaching the class before 1st July 2020.

  • sending feedback including a survey to the organisers by 1st July (to support ongoing research)

This event has been generously funded by the Shine Trust and Coventry University.

Unfortunately the training is not in a fully accessible room. Whilst there will be a variety of vegetarian and vegan sandwiches available, we are not able to accommodate any further dietary requirements due to catering limitations.

FAQs

You do not need to bring anything to the training day, unless you need to bring food to meet your dietary requirements (a selection of sandwiches including vegetarian and vegan options will be served).

Computers will be provided for all participants. The training will include exploring data sets, including using google sheets.

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Royal Geographical Society

1 Kensington Gore

London

SW7 2AR

United Kingdom

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