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Adults Learning Mathematics Symposium 2

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A free event for anyone interested in adult numeracy, with the opportunity to share ideas and practice and engage in current debates

‘ALM Symposium 2 is to be held at The Westbury Centre, Barking, 26th January 2007, 9.30am – 4pm.

This is a free event for anyone interested in adult numeracy, to share ideas and practice and engage in current debates. This will incorporate a discussion led by Professor Diana Coben on effective practice in Adult Numeracy. In addition to this there will be a selection of workshops.

Workshops include: Art and Maths; How to support adults with gaps in their mathematical knowledge; What is the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics?

Speakers include: Diana Coben; Rudi Grant; Jane Annets; Eigil Peter Hansen.

Lunch will be provided. Book early to avoid disappointment.

E mail ann.mcdonnell@lbbd.gov.uk or ring 0208 270 6402 to book and to receive further details.

ALM is an international research forum bringing together researchers and practitioners in adult mathematics/Numeracy teaching and learning in order to promote the learning of mathematics by adults. For more information please consult the website www.alm-online.org

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