Irish students learn maths using real-life events

10/8/2009 | Independent.ie (Ireland)

Some teachers in Ireland are using a maths teaching method called Project Maths that encourages the use of real-life situations to understand complicated maths formulas. For example, students study rugby matches, track statistics from the game and then create a spreadsheet based on that data to analyse in class.

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