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Informal learnng context

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Informal learnng context

  1. 1. INFORMAL LEARNNG CONTEXT SUBMITTED BY SUBMITED TO VAIHNAVIRAJ SAMEERA MISS BED MATHEMATICS FMTC PALLIMUKKU 11129024 KOLLAM FMTC PALLIMUKKU KOLLAM
  2. 2. Informal learning context can be defined as a particular way of learning which arises from the activities and interest of individuals and groups.it is a life long process through learners acquire attitudes,values,skills,and knowledge from daily experience.often it is termed as learning by experience.A useful conception of this informal learning is as a complementary,but distinct partner to learning from experience.it is organized differently than formal and non formal learning because it has no set objectives.in terms of learning outcomes.and is never intentional from the learners standpoint. EXHIBITION An exhibition in the most general sense is an organized presentation and display of a selection of items.these are usually occurs with museums,galleries,exhibitonhall,and world fairs.exhibition may be permanent displays or temporary but in common usage exhibition are considered temporary and usually scheduled to open and close on specific dates.the first exhibitin designed by the researcher of mathematical is symmetrc,gnochiespecie,maths is particularly interested in this problem since communication through images is by nature not only a informal way for imparting information but also for learning it.one of the field of research of mathematical is the design of mathematical interactive exhibitions,trying to connect polarization of science with teaching . MATH FAIRS Math fairs come in two formats teacher driven and student driven the teacher driven math fair is generally used in earlier grades teachers setup stations which allow students and their parents to learn about the experience math eg for exhibit might include graphin number games and statistics student driven math fairs are simillary to science fairs except that student project must deal with mathematical topics judges would then present award to best presention
  3. 3. ADVANTAGE OF MATHEMATICS FAIRS * provides opportunities for the students to foster there creative talents * creates and sustains interest among students to learn mathematics * It developing social qualities like cooperation, tolerance and open mindlessswells leadership quality’s among children * It develops good rapport between teacher an students *It brakes the monotony of class room teaching an learning *It helps in bringing about attitudinal changes among students * It enhances the self-confidences of students as they explain an share their ideas with peers andTo motivates and foster interest among mathematically backed students PURPOSES OF MATHEMATICAL FAIRS *To popularize mathematical ideas and mathematical way of thinking among public *To inculcate the spirit of inquiry and scientific attitude among students *To initiate and foster creative talents of the students *To promote healthy relatitonship between school and community *To identify the mathematically gifted students *To motivates and foster interest among mathematically backward students
  4. 4. CONCLUSION Math is anelegant way to model the behavior of pretty much everything we can observe,and kids who wonot settle for simply learning their multiplication table will love exploring the applied math problems in these cool maths science fair project ideas.Theseenlighting experimental procedureshavelittile mad scientist doin everything from eriving equations for how powerfull bed spring are to be determining how the bore of a rockets nozzle influences the amount of force the escaping gas can exert.
  5. 5. REFERENCE Dr. Anie James, Teaching of mathematics , New Delhi
  6. 6.  To poularize mathematical ieas and mathematical way of thinking among the public  To inculcate the spirit of inquiry and scientific attitude amonstuents  To initiate an foster creative talents of the stuents  To promote healthy relationship between school an community  To identify the mathematically giftestuents  To make mathematics learning a pleasant creative and challenging experience for the students.  To challenge intellectually the mathematically gifted students. MATHEMATICS FAIRS AT DIFFERENT LEVELS Organizations of mathematical fairs require meticulous planning and forthought on the part of the mathematics teachers.the complexity of the task depened on the level for which the mathematics fairs are planned.the fairs can be organized at ifferent levels such as instituitionallevel,districtlevel,statelevel,nationl level etc depending on the geographical area.

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