Mathematics education researchers in India

Ricardo Nemirovsky, Steve Gough, Sue Hough, Vinay Kathotia and Yvette Solomon visited India in July on a GCRF-funded exchange project, Grounded and expressive mathematics education, to explore collaboration between Manchester Met and Vidya Bhawan Society (VBS).

Indian classroom

Sue Hough in the classroom

Ricardo Nemirovsky, Steve Gough, Sue Hough, Vinay Kathotia and Yvette Solomon visited India in July on a GCRF-funded exchange project, Grounded and expressive mathematics education, to explore collaboration between MMU and Vidya Bhawan Society (VBS). VBS is an educational charity based in Udaipur, Rajasthan, which runs 11 educational institutions, including schools, a polytechnic, teacher training colleges, an educational resource centre, and supports learners from tribal and socioeconomically disadvantaged backgrounds. The MMU researchers developed and shared learning activities that could foster more inclusive, equitable and empowering mathematics education, that tie in with the VBS ethos and Gandhian vision of holistic and lifelong education for all.
 

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