DMIC and Inclusive Practices

Helen Collins shares stories – both personal and professional – about Developing Mathematical Inquiry Communities (DMIC), inclusion, and how DMIC supports, challenges, and provides enhancements to teaching and learning.

This talk was a part of Growing from Strong Foundations in Auckland on 5, June, 2018. To get further information and resources check out the NZEI page here.

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