The course will provide you with an opportunity to:
- discuss the importance of “Aha” moments for children in mathematics classroom;
- explore different strategies for engaging children in discovering patterns and relationships; and
- design learning tasks to engage young mathematicians in discovering mathematical concepts.
Who Should Attend?
Primary school teachers, mathematics coordinators, heads of mathematics departments, textbook writers, faculty of teacher education colleges, parents and tutors
Rs.5,000 /- per participant
May 2 and 3, 2019 | 2:30 - 5:30 pm
Deadline for Registrations
April 29, 2019*
Dr Munira Amirali, is an Assistant Professor of Mathematics Education at the Aga Khan University’s Institute for Educational Development. She did her PhD in Education from AKU-IED. Her doctoral research explored teachers’ beliefs about the nature of mathematics, mathematics teaching and learning. She has taught mathematics teacher education courses and research at both graduate and post graduate levels. Dr Munira has a rich experience of working with schools particularly with mathematics teachers teaching at ECD, primary and secondary level.