250+ maths teachers from 100+ schools across Ireland are participating in our lesson-study programme this year. Throughout the programme teachers collaborate with colleagues from their own school and wit teachers from other schools to design a lesson which targets the aims of the maths syllabus. All this work will be published online before the end of the current academic year so that all teachers can access the lesson plans. Participating teachers will also present their work at our annual conference Maths Counts 2017.
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Teachers from across Ireland have been involved in the design and teaching of their own problem-solving lessons through the Reflections on Practice initiative. All this hard work produced 25 lesson plans which teach a wide variety of mathematical concepts via structured problem-solving. These 25 lessons were presented by participating teachers at Maths Counts 2016. You can access all the lessons on our Maths Counts 2016 page.