Ah, Aha and Haha – Putting the Creativity (and fun) into Maths led by Rob Eastaway
DATE: Monday 28th January 2019
VENUE: University of Warwick – Westwood Lecture Theatre, Westwood Campus
TIME: Arrival for 4:00pm for a light buffet. The main conference will take place between 4:30-6:30pm.
Ask an adult to think back to the maths they learned at school, and very few will recall a subject that was creative. Yet maths can be one of the most creative subjects in the curriculum. Drawing on his experience as an author, presenter and parent, Rob concentrates on the side of maths that can be surprising, engaging and beautiful for children and adults of all abilities. With examples of games, curiosities and mathematical “magic”, this workshop is about enriching teachers’ own view of maths, as well as offering numerous ideas that can be transferred straight to the classroom.
Rob Eastaway has been Director of Maths Inspiration since it began in 2004. He is an author whose books on everyday maths include the bestselling ‘Why Do Buses Come In Threes?’ and ‘Maths for Mums and Dads’. Rob also co-authored ‘Maths on the Go: 101 fun ways to play with maths’ with Mike Askew.
Rob regularly leads training for teachers and runs also workshops for pupils and parents. He regularly speaks on national radio on the subject of maths in everyday life and has delivered keynote lectures to audiences across the world.
For more information please visit: www.robeastaway.com
£40 per person + VAT (including buffet on arrival)
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