We are excited to announce that Panorea Baka has been awarded the Roehampton Award 2014 for founding Maths Dance and for her inspirational work on promoting creative teaching and learning of mathematics through movement.
Maths Dance workshops for KS2 and KS3 students on fractions, ratio and proportion.
Sunday 7th September @ ETNA community centre, Richmond.
A recent study conducted by Stockholm University shows that there are certain benefits of incorporating kinaesthetic activities in maths teaching and learning. Maths Dance enhances better understanding and memorising of mathematical concepts, increases motivation and encourages creativity and partnership.