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9th April 1999 at 01:00
APRIL 17-18 PEOPLE-ORIENTATEDFIELD PROJECTS APRIL 19-24 BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATIONPROJECTS

The Royal Geographical Society's Expedition Advisory Centre is running these courses in London. The first, aimed at students, will explore approaches and techniques for people-orientated field projects. Fee: from pound;25. The second is a week of one-day workshops, run in association with the BP Conservation Programme, covering habitat assessment, plant, mammal, insect and bird surveys and conservation education. Fee: pound;25, pound;15 students per workshop. Details: 0171 591 3030; e-mail: eac@rgs.org

MAY 19 IMAGINATIVE BASIC MATHS

Primary teachers will be able to develop imaginative ways of teaching maths at the Victoria and Albert Museum, London SW7. The use of the museum's collections for activities such as counting, calculations, measuring, shape, position, pattern and symmetry will be demonstrated. Fee: pound;55 including lunch and refreshments. Details: Education department, 0171 938 8674.

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