Playing games in Mathematics

20 November 2019 14:00 - 16:00

London campus, 58 East India Dock Road, E14 6JE

Playing games in Mathematics
  • Playing games in Mathematics
  • About our masterclass series
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Playing games in Mathematics

Using a variety of problem solving games and strategies to address everyday mathematical problems in an educational environment, the role of an educator is essential in developing young people's skills.

How can primary schools teachers manage to tailor their maths lessons to every student in their class, without writing 30 different lesson plans? It's about the skills we teach the student that allows them to tailor their own approaches to a variety of mathematical problems, and hence to other life problems.

We use mathematics evey day of our life in all sorts of situations, including estimations, mental maths and problem solving. this masterclass will demonstrate how we as educators can support students in learning these skills for themselves.

Masterclass award

You will be awarded 16 UCAS points** for attending this masterclass.

** NB. The reduction will be applied on application and points cannot be redeemed retrospectively, if you have already applied to the University. They can only be redeemed against University of Cumbria courses linked to the masterclass.

Terms and conditions

Why attend a masterclass?

Our masterclasses are designed to give future students like you a flavour of what it is really like to study at university and hand you all that's needed to successfully step into a degree to kick-start your career.

At our masterclasses, you’ll:

  • Take part in real research
  • Gain an excellent example to give your personal statement the edge
  • Enrich your current studies and explore beyond the boundaries of your current knowledge
  • Sample a subject that ignites your interest and make sure it’s the correct course for you
  • Get a unique chance to push your passion further
  • Earn extra UCAS points for your application with UoC

Spaces are limited, so if you’re considering a future working in education or with children and young people, book now.

 

How to get here

By Tube

The nearest tube/DLR is. Westferry Station (DLR). From Westferry, it’s a 5-minute walk to our site.

From any Westferry DLR station exit, cross the dual carriageway (West India Dock Road) heading for the row of shops. Between the Westferry Arms and the yellow-fronted off-licence is Birchfield Street. Follow Birchfield Street, and a three-minute walk will take you to a T-junction onto East India Dock Road. Turn right and you’ll reach the campus after 70 metres.

By Train

From Euston Station: Northern Line towards Morden via Bank. Change at Bank for the DLR towards Woolwich Arsenal/Lewisham. Arrive at Westferry Station.

By Bus

Bus services: numbers 15, 115, D6, N15 or N551— please ask for the University of Cumbria stop.

By Car

The postcode for sat navs is E14 6JE. There are three University of Cumbria parking bays at East India Dock Road, one of which is designated for disabled drivers. The nearest pay and display car park is The West India Quay Car Park, Hertsmere Road, London E14 4AN.


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