maths inside Resource Suite with Interdisciplinary Learning Activities

Baird, N., Shah, T. B., Clacy, A., Gerontogiannis, D., Mackenzie, J., Nkansah, D., Quinn, J. , Spencer-Wood, H., Thomson, K. and Wilson, A. (2020) maths inside Resource Suite with Interdisciplinary Learning Activities. Working Paper. Maths Inside hosted by University of Glasgow, School of Mathematics & Statistics. (doi:10.36399/gla.pubs.234071).

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Abstract

Maths inside (https://mathsinside.com/) is a photo competition open to everyone living in Scotland, hosted by the University of Glasgow. The maths inside project seeks to nourish a love for mathematics by embarking on a journey of discovery through a creative lens. This suite of resources have been created to inspire entrants, and support families, teachers and those out-of-school to make deeper connections with their surroundings. The maths inside is waiting to be discovered! Also contained in the suite is an example to inspire and support you to design your own interdisciplinary learning (IDL) activity matched to Education Scotland experiences and outcomes (Es+Os), to lead pupils towards the creation of their own entry. These resources are not prescriptive, and are designed with a strong creativity ethos for them to be adapted and delivered in a manner that meets the specific needs of those participating. The competition and the activities can be tailored to meet all and each learners' needs. We recommend that those engaging with maths inside for the first time complete their own mapping exercise linking the designed activity to the Es+Os. To create a collaborative resource bank open to everyone, we invite you to treat these resources as a working document for entrants, parents, carers, teachers and schools to make their own. Please share your tips, ideas and activities at info@mathsinside.com and through our social media channels (https://mathsinside.com/#contact). Past winning entries of the competition are also available for inspiration and for using as a teaching resource (https://mathsinside.com/pastwinners/). Already inspired? Enter the competition! (https://mathsinside.com/submit/enter/)

Item Type:Research Reports or Papers (Working Paper)
Status:Published
Glasgow Author(s) Enlighten ID:Thomson, Ms Keren and Spencer-Wood, Hector and Quinn, Jamie and Baird, Ms Natalie and Wilson, Dr Andrew and Nkansah, Mr David and Gerontogiannis, Dimitrios and Mackenzie, Jay and Clacy, Ms Alexandra and Shah, Tanushree Bharat
Authors: Baird, N., Shah, T. B., Clacy, A., Gerontogiannis, D., Mackenzie, J., Nkansah, D., Quinn, J., Spencer-Wood, H., Thomson, K., and Wilson, A.
College/School:College of Science and Engineering > School of Mathematics and Statistics
College of Science and Engineering > School of Mathematics and Statistics > Mathematics
Publisher:Maths Inside hosted by University of Glasgow, School of Mathematics & Statistics
Copyright Holders:Copyright © 2020 Maths Inside
Publisher Policy:Reproduced under a Creative Commons License
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