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Solve -IT Photography exhibition

This is an interactive Maths problem picture exhibition developed by Institute of Technology Tallaght as part of Looking at Tallaght through Maths Eyes initiative which took place in June 2011. Looking at Tallaght through Maths Eyes was a community initiative led by South Dublin Libraries and Institute of Technology Tallaght, that aimed to show people, through a variety of fun activities, that without realising it they use maths all of the time and are probably much better at maths than they realise. The exhibition is accompanied by a worksheet for students to help them look at the exhibition using their ‘Maths Eyes’. The exhibition will be held in the foyer of IT Tallaght Monday 17th October to Friday 21st October 2011 . The exhibition would probably best suit second year students and would take about 40 minutes for students to complete. Booking to view the exhibition is essential .
What
  • Audience: Secondary Students - Junior Certificate
  • Location: Dublin
When Oct 17, 2011 12:00 AM to
Oct 21, 2011 12:00 AM
Where Instiute of Technology Tallaght
Contact Name
Contact Phone 01-4042744
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This is an interactive Maths problem picture exhibition developed  by Institute of Technology

Tallaght as part of Looking at Tallaght through Maths Eyes initiative which took place in June 2011.  Looking at Tallaght through Maths Eyes was a community initiative led by South Dublin Libraries and Institute of Technology Tallaght, that aimed to show people, through a variety of fun activities, that without realising it they use maths all of the time and are probably much better at maths than they realise. The exhibition is accompanied by a worksheet for students to help them look at the exhibition using their ‘Maths Eyes’. The exhibition will be held in the foyer of IT Tallaght Monday 17th October  to Friday 21st October 2011 .  The exhibition would probably best suit second year students and would take about 40 minutes for students to complete. Booking to view the exhibition is essential .