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Delegates were enthusiastic about the recent Cambridge Learner Workshop in Mathematics in Shanghai.
The workshop included a mix of educational theory and practical methodology. Teachers explored ways of making mathematics fun and truly engaging their students in how mathematics works.
The trainer, Charlie Gilderdale, is a leading mathematics education specialist at the University of Cambridge's Faculty of Education. He is also a member of the University's Millennium Mathematics Project, which aims to promote creative and imaginative approaches to maths.
These workshops are always well received. One delegate commented: “The workshops emphasised a key learning point from Cambridge: to engage learners into thinking about what they are doing in an activity and to openly allow discussion whether right or wrong to promote learning at any ability.”