DATE: Tuesday, 6 December 2022
TIME: 7pm to 8pm
VENUE: Online - Zoom
In this presentation, Alf will challenge two ideas which appear commonly held, the first is that mathematics is a building block subject and the second is that maths is hard because it is abstract. The session will trace some of the historical roots of these ideas and why they might now be problematic. There will be opportunities for engagement in classroom tasks and discussion.
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