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Resource type Maths Arcade website
The Maths Arcade is an innovative activity involving playing and analysing strategy games which aims to simultaneously support struggling learners, stretch more confident learners and encourage the development of a staff-student mathematical community. This page on the Institute of Mathematics and its Applications website gives details about the Maths Arcade and provides a point of contact for different institutions running Maths Arcades to interact. This website is not made available under a Creative Commons licence.
Resource type Maths Arcade: stretching and supporting mathematical thinking
The Maths Arcade is an innovative activity involving playing and analysing strategy games which aims to simultaneously support struggling learners, stretch more confident learners and encourage the development of a staff-student mathematical community. This booklet contains details of the original Maths Arcade at Greenwich, including some discussion of the advantages of running an Arcade, and case studies from seven other Maths Arcades since established at Manchester, Salford, Sheffield Hallam, Leicester, Bath, Nottingham and Keele. This report was edited by Noel-Ann Bradshaw and Peter Rowlett. This report is not made available under a Creative Commons licence but is freely available to UK universities for non-commerical educational use.

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