This project embeds critical global learning in the teaching and learning of mathematics in school. Global learning aims to equip children with knowledge about global and intercultural issues and with the capacities for respectful interaction with people from backgrounds of all kinds.
The focus will be on 10-12 year olds and their teachers. The intended outputs are a teacher professional development resource; contributions to initial teacher education; curriculum materials for school learners; and e-twinning activities, all housed on this website beyond the end of the project.
Mathematics is needed to address a wide range of global challenges and social issues. The project aims at creating this important connection. PiCaM is co-funded by the Erasmus+ programme of the European Union.