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Nottingham Culture & Café Scientifique Message Board › Looking for maths teachers interested in a novel approach to presenting a course

Looking for maths teachers interested in a novel approach to presenting a course

Zoe B.
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Nottingham, GB
Post #: 9
I have the syllabus to a dance course used by a college to teach mathematical principles. At the moment, it is presented as 10 three-hour lessons (the first being entirely theoretical) but I am happy to help with dividing it up into 20 or even 30 shorter lessons if it was used in a secondary school, to fit in with the timetable or to be used by an after-school club such as a STEM club. It will require the hiring of a dance teacher but don't let the cost put you off as I think I have access to funding from a dance foundation.
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