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The presentation gives young mathematicians the opportunity to solve various puzzles in a lively environment, making mathematics exciting and relevant. The young mathematicians are encouraged to approach the activities at their level and to learn through perseverance and making mistakes. Doug travels around the United Kingdom hosting maths challenges which attract, on average, 35 schools and also runs puzzling workshops. His aim to make maths teaching and learning meaningful and appealing by keeping away from the textbook and presenting the subject through problem solving
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When Oct 17, 2014
from 09:45 AM to 10:45 AM
Where Stranmillis University College, Belfast
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Attendees Primary: aged 10-13
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