Strand 3 Senior Cycle
Modular Course for Problem Solving & Financial Maths
(15th January 2013)
The Project Maths Development Team, is pleased to offer this modular course on Problem Solving & Financial Mathemathics .
The course will focus on new elements of the syllabus, methodology and provide student centered activities.
The course will cover topics from Junior Certificate and Leaving Certificate syllabus.
- For teachers of Junior and Senior Cycle mathematics (all levels)
- Participants will have practical advice on how to approach Problem Solving in the Classroom
- Problem Solving questions (and solutions) for Junior and Leaving Certificate students supplied, covering all Strands
- Applications of Geometric Sequences and Series with particular emphasis on Financial Maths
- 4 modules of 2.5 hours each
- Delivered by experienced maths teachers
- Attendance will be certified
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Modular Course for Strands 3 & 4 (Number & Algebra)
(10 Feb 2012)
The Project Maths Development Team, is pleased to offer this modular course on Strands 3 & 4: Number & Algebra. The course will focus on new elements of the syllabus, methodology and provide student centered activities. The course will cover topics from Junior Certificate and Leaving Certificate syllabus.
Modules (4 x 2.5 hours each)
1. Linear Patterns: Arithmetic Sequences & Series
2. Exploring properties of quadratic, cubic and exponential graphs.
3. Further exploration of patterns using Arithmetic & Geometric Series
4. Applications of Geometric Sequences.
All attendance will be certified. View a dates, venues and availability.
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Using ICT in Strands 3, 4 & 5
(29th September 2011)
The Project Maths Development Team, in conjunction with the NCTE, is running a series of workshops to support the integration of ICT into the Teaching and Learning of mathematics for strands 3, 4 & 5 of the Project Maths Syllabus. These modules focus on the use of software to teach geometry, trigonometry and calculus.
The course consists of 3 modules of 2.5 hours each. All participants will receive a certificate of completion.
For more information please contact the NCTE (http://www.ncte.ie/Training/Courses/) or your local Education Centre.
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