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Teacher's Guide to Maths and the Historic Environment (Education on Site) Paperback – 1 Jan 1992


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This is one of a series for teachers which aims to show how historical resources can be used as a basis of study in specific areas of work across a range of curriculum subjects. Each book contains practical exercises and ideas to aid understanding for groups at different levels. This book focuses on maths, which is not just a classroom subject, but is all around us in both the natural world and in the structures man has created. It explores the problem-solving aspects of mathematical processes when applied to the historic environment, and is designed to help teachers prepare for obtaining the maximum from a visit to a historic site or building.

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