circle

Learning News

Ideas to Keep Learning 19

Published : 15 October 2020 Views: 3260

Continuing our series of great ideas to keep learning and stay active.

Maths

National Office

National Office is planning a series of online events to celebrate Maths Week 2020 from 9th to 14th November.

These will be fun, interactive and cater to all levels of maths abilities and interests. Keep an eye on our website to find out more and book your place. In the meantime try out some of our maths challenge puzzles which can be found on our learning pages

Maths Week England

Maths Week England have some fun and stimulating puzzles on their website to try out. A Yohaku is a new type of number puzzle that will test your number sense and problem solving skills. Each Yohaku is either an additive or a multiplicative puzzle (as indicated by the symbol in the bottom right of the grid). Your task is to fill in the empty cells such that they give the sum or product shown in each row and column. Try these out on the Maths England website.

Pizza and Pi

How do you decide what a pizza is worth? This video is a good place to start.

Where’s The Maths in That?

These Where’s the maths in that? resources developed by the Advanced Mathematics Support Programme demonstrate that mathematics can be found all around. Although designed for schools these resources are suitable for all ages. Using photographs and pictures will stimulate creativity, discussion and debate – enabling people to talk about mathematics and that mathematics is not always about right and wrong answers and written methods.


Survey on Informal Care


ENTWINE is currently looking for carers and care recipients willing to share their experiences and complete the survey, in order that the voices of as many informal carers and people in need of care can be heard. Informal caregivers are defined as those who provide care to a relative or friend with a chronic illness, disability or other long-lasting health or care need.
If you provide or receive care from a spouse, adult child, partner, relative, friend or neighbour… the ENTWINE team would be extremely grateful for your help with this multinational study.


To take part in the survey: https://bit.ly/2DYXtE6

Or for more information, go to: www.entwine-icohort.eu

If you would like to speak to someone about the study, please contact Mikołaj Zarzycki at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

 

Save
Your cookie settings
We use cookies to ensure you get the best experience on our website. These cookies allow the website to function, collect useful anonymised information about visitors and help to make your user experience better. You can choose which cookies to accept. Declining the use of cookies, may affect your experience of our website.
Accept all
Decline all
Read more
Analytics
Google Analytics uses performance cookies to track user activity on our website. This information is anonymous and helps us to improve the website.
Google Analytics
Accept
Decline
Google
Google YouTube
To view YouTube videos
Accept
Decline