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Examining maps of colors and 4 color problem

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Simple and increasingly complex maps color. The challenge that mathematicians put together. Preferably in small groups (2 to 4 pupils). It is primarily an exercise in collaboration. Especially when the challenge is entered into.

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Bring colored pencils with you, in four clearly distinguishable colors.

Location

At teacher's location: Stadhuisplein, 5611 Eindhoven, Nederland
At student's location: Around Eindhoven, Netherlands

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Age:
Children (7-12 years old)
Teenagers (13-17 years old)
Adults (18-64 years old)
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Intermediate
Duration:
45 minutes
60 minutes
The class is taught in:Dutch, English

About Me

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I have a lot of experience in teaching mathematics and computer science. My belief is that anyone can understand math topics if they are explained at the right time and in the right way.
I am good and patient in explaining difficult things in an easy way.
I want to help children, young adults, adults and seniors understand what computers can and cannot do and how automation can enrich our work.
I can teach mathematics at all levels and will do more by discovering together than by showing how to do it.

Education

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Dr. in Mathematics and Natural Sciences at the University of Utrecht in a subject from theory category.
Education as Drs in Wiskunde at the VU, with first-degree competence in Mathematics and Dutch linguistics as a secondary subject.

Experience / Qualifications

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At the university I taught groups of students and MBO teacher training. After that I worked at Philips for 35 years in software development, design and architecture. There too I have written manuals to bring ideas from the High Tech Campus to the industry groups.
It is assumed that the knowledge of working with the computer is present. The following steps are repeated: 1. What does one want to know or learn or do 2. Take steps to achieve goal 3. What has been achieved and can be made visible in a concrete result. If this falls within a series of lessons, insight is provided into the progress, and where applicable homework is given.
Following on from the existing method, I make a process model. Together we examine how existing programs can be adapted and used in the company to automate parts of the process. After that, it will be looked at how the own work will be connected to the automated parts. This is more of a collaborative project than a lesson, but in education, in health care, in the government and in all kinds of companies, employees are opposed to their work becoming more cumbersome and less transparent due to the use of computers. Understanding the role of computer programs and their updates will lead to less uncertainty.
A tutoring in mathematics taught by me has three components: 1. Determine what the student can and really understands 2. Take steps in the direction of what he / she wants to understand 3. See how far we have come The will to understand something can be intrinsic or come from the demands of school. If this is part of a number of lessons, I give homework and insight into the progress.

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