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RECENT BLOG POSTS
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By Yanaëlle ThiranChildren are excellent at asking ‘why?’ Their thirst for knowledge knows no border, their creativity no curfew. Encouraging this questioning can help them carve an ever-evolving, in-depth understanding of the world. So how do we, as maths and dance...read more
Encouraging our children to move is so much more than making sure they’re getting enough exercise! At Maths Dance, we know the power of movement and what happens when we remove the constraints of having to ‘sit still’, allowing children to be free and let their bodies...read more
We want to spread the benefits of learning maths through movement with as many people as possible, see our other collaborations and projects below:
(in collaboration with The Place)
Between March 2014 and February 2015, Maths Dance collaborated with The Place, the UK’s premiere centre for contemporary dance. Through ‘Learn Physical’, we held 3 professional development workshops for a mix of dance teachers and dance artists working in education. The aim of these workshops was to develop the teachers’ skills and boost confidence in creative maths teaching through dance.
(in collaboration with Medway Small Grants)
In January & February 2016, we received funding from the Medway Small Grants Programme to run our signature educational programme ‘Dancing Puzzles’ with the Medway community. We used the Medway Small Grants Programme funding to present and share one of our three Dancing Puzzles activities. Exploring this mathematical puzzle with both Year 7 & 8 students (and their families) during an after-school creative learning workshop, and through a Professional Development workshop for KS3 & KS4 maths teachers, dance teachers and local dance artists.
(in collaboration with the Institute of Imagination)
In February 2017, Maths Dance participated in the lab live:recode family festival organised by the Institute of Imagination. We ran our Moving Squares workshops, developed to demonstrate to families how creativity and movement can be used to solve problems.
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