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#ProblemSolving Conference

Erasmus+ International Conference

Funded travel is available to attend this free event on:
Tuesday 20 August 2019
Bangor Academy and Sixth form College
2 Castle Park Road
Bangor BT20 4TB
Registration and Refreshments: 09:00
Start: 09:30
Close: 16:00
You are invited to an international conference that will explore teaching problem solving in numeracy and maths.
Come and join us to develop new skills, reflect on practice, network with local and international colleagues and build confidence and capacity for the year ahead!
Keynote addresses will consider the following topics:

  • why should we teach problem solving?
  • how can technology support the teaching and learning of problem solving?

Keynote speakers will include:

  • Mr Raymond Caldwell, Education and Training Inspectorate, Assistant Chief Inspector for Early Years, Primary, and Post Primary
  • Dr Alison Clark-Wilson, Principal Research Lead, UCL EDUCATE Project, UCL Institute of Education, UCL Knowledge Lab.

A choice of professional learning seminars will include:

  • problem-solving approaches
  • using Geogebra to enrich problem solving
  • using technology to present a problem-solving activity
  • using technologies to develop problem-solving activities
  • teaching problem solving in technology rich environments.

These interactive seminars will explore a wide range of practical approaches, resources and research directly related to classroom practice. The seminars will be led by the international partners of the Erasmus+ project and Dr Alison Clarke-Wilson.

For further information, to register for the event and to find out more about the funded travel, please contact Jackie Howie, Learning Link Scotland

Please note, places at this event are limited so register without delay.

Jackie Howie, CEO, Learning Link Scotland
0141 353 5649, 07976051363
Robertson House, 152 Bath Street, Glasgow G2 4TB
Scottish Charity No. SC025308 Company No. SC380020


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