Where Maths Grows on Trees

Where Maths Grows on Trees

Find out how one school in Morocco is using a grove of olive trees planted in their school playground to teach students about maths.

The students care for the trees, harvest the oil, visit the camel-driven olive press and sell the resulting oil in their local market, all using maths.

This video is inspiring – and has been described as: “…a fantastic film! A great insight into teaching methods using the environment as a sustainable and inspirational resource. It is heartening to see such recognition and validation of this brilliant initiative.”

Where Maths Grows on Trees [Teachers TV]

Published by makingpi

Our interest is to create a brilliant practical applied maths programme for teaching students who struggle with engaging in Maths. Our interests range from building bridges to making beautiful silver objects.

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