Maths- it was Different in my Day

Community Trade Union Office, 183 St Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5QD 2nd Oct 10.30am-12.30pm Free
1900 PINTS Museum Lates2

A fun, informal session on how maths is taught today so you can sharpen your skills or help your child.

Kids learn how to do maths differently these days, and it can be a challenge for parents or guardians who want to help with homework, especially when old ways of doing things don't seem to make much sense to the younger generation.

This session is designed to show you how schools are teaching maths today to kids in late primary and early secondary school.

Delivered by modern teaching professionals, the session focuses on long division, multiplication, fractions and much more.

For any adults looking to brush on their own skills and update their knowledge of maths. It’ll be fun and relaxed and everyone is welcome.

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Women in Maths

To celebrate women in Maths Day (12 May) we interviewed six women with maths at the core of their role and will be releasing the videos throughout May.

Our next two videos are women who work with large numbers which affect all of our lives. Kate Forbes is the Cabinet Secretary for Finance for Scotland and Esther Roughsedge is a Statistician at National Records of Scotland.

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