Since my last blog post about tessellation – “Look around you!“, I have reflected deeper on what tessellation is and, more specifically, where the fundamental mathematics lies within. You can read ‘Look around you!’ at: https://blogs.glowscotland.org.uk/glowblogs/teachingjourney/2015/12/05/look-around-you/ Harris (2010) discusses the prior knowledge a learner must have acquired, in order to understand the mathematical concepts behind tessellation. The […] Continue reading →
December 5, 2015
by Rebecca Dickson Comments Off on Look around you!
You’re probably thinking how monotonous it is that I continue to repeat this, but maths is everywhere! Again. I will never lose the amazement or curiosity I have filled with, at the fact that maths is the fundamental principle behind the creation and design of many things – and, much to your shock, as you are […] Continue reading →
December 4, 2015
by Ben Neighbours Comments Off on Mathematics in Demand Planning – Show me the Money!!!!
As mentioned in my previous blog posts, mathematics is incorporated in to absolutely everything in life. This idea was further embedded during a lecture on supply chain and logistics in maths. It was a three hour input, but It was honestly the best maths class to date. It was completely relevant, interactive and so much […] Continue reading →