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Maths can help your learners better understand different people, places and patterns in the world. Teaching it with a global angle can also give an insight into how maths can be applied and used to address and inform real-world issues.

This guide includes creative ideas for how global citizenship can be utilised in core areas of the curriculum like ratios and fractions, probability and number. It is also filled with links to innovative resources for use in your classroom.

Gall Mathemateg helpu dysgwyr ifanc i ddeall pobl, lleoedd a phatrymau gwahanol yn y byd yn well. Gall ei haddysgu o safbwynt byd-eang hefyd roi cipolwg ar sut y gall Mathemateg gael ei chymhwyso a’i defnyddio i fynd i’r afael â materion y byd go iawn, ac i fod yn sail i’r materion hynny.

Mae’r canllaw hwn yn cynnwys syniadau creadigol o ran sut y gall Dinasyddiaeth Fyd-eang gael ei defnyddio ym meysydd craidd y cwricwlwm, er enghraifft cymarebau a ffracsiynau, tebygolrwydd a rhif. Mae hefyd yn llawn adnoddau arloesol i’w defnyddio yn eich ystafell ddosbarth.

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