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6 Noticeboards and Walls


It can be good to use a ‘wall’ or ‘noticeboard’ as a way to gather people’s views on different topics. The example below is a ‘maths graffiti wall’ created in the kitchen and dining room at an adult and family learning centre in Wirral. In this informal area, where learners and staff have their lunch and refreshment breaks, adding ideas to the wall may not feel as daunting or even threatening as completing a more formal survey might.


‘Maths Wall’ at Wirral Lifelong and Family Learning Services. 17


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