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Algebra can become a real challenge to students in early secondary school. It builds on and extends the arithmetic that students have met in primary school. However it represents a shift from computational maths — calculating with numbers — to a more abstract world where letters are introduced in place of numbers. Students have to get to grips with the idea of negative numbers, exponents and variables. There are orders of operation and associated rules — not following them leads to the wrong answer. This leads to frustration. Despair follows in short order.
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A study published in England concluded that pupils without instant recall of multiplication tables struggle in maths. According to Ofsted’s education director: ”It is really important that children have the tools of arithmetic at their finger tips. Without that it is like sending a plumber out to do a job without knowing how to use a spanner.”
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The Quay School in Westport recently marked Maths Week with a wide range of activities which were suitable for all classes.
The cost and service efficiency measures carried out by Galway City VEC should be examined to help the rationalisation and restructuring process of the country’s VECs, says Fine Gael Galway senator Fidelma Healy Eames.
Fine Gael councillor Jarlath Munnelly, who is also chairman of the Mayo Vocational Educational Committee, has called for the expansion of the role of the VEC in providing education in the county, rather than the closure of VECs around the country as proposed by the McCarthy report. Munnelly believes that VECs would be the perfect umbrella group for education provision in the county with other groups coming in underneath it.
Maths and mystery add up to an unlikely but engrossing solution in Fermat’s Room, the next screening from Athlone Film Club on Tuesday February 9 at 8pm in the Dean Crowe Theatre.
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