- Wednesday 3 February 2016
How Mathematics is Taught in China
Kathryn Greenhalgh - Maths Lead, Yorkshire and the Humber Maths Hubs
Date: Wednesday 3rd February
Time: 7pm for a 7:30pm start.
35 MathsHubs have been funded by the DfE across the country. They are all led by practising teacher leaders of maths. The aim is to improve how maths is taught nationally.
A huge part of the MathsHubs' work has been about learning from high performing jurisdictions, such as China. Two large England/China exchanges have taken place and schools are embracing and sharing what they have learned.
So... what is the difference that makes the difference?
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