Distant Ramblings on the Horizon – cogitations on technology and learning. MathsZest. Allanah King. Some random thoughts… Reflective Practitioner in Teaching. New Job, New School, New Teacher. A blog about MathNook, math, math games, and more. August11 In a recent research study, children who showed math deficiency in kindergarten and first grade were given daily practice with two contrasting computer-based interventions using math games , the students showed gains on the subject of the intervention.
Finding & sharing teaching 'bright spots' Sarah Middleton – Head of Food Technology. Advanced Lead Practitioner SSAT. Member of Design and Technology Associations Secondary Examinations and Advisory Group. Member of The British Nutrition Foundation's Education Working Group. Facebook. Mr Trussell Maths. The Goldfish Bowl. Digital Classrooms: For Primary Teachers. Never Stop Learning.
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I am not basing these ideas of MINE on research/theories (that I have read) but on the data of students that I have taught and the outcomesthey have achieved. (I guess, I have just figured these things out…) If you disagree, please do comment with how I can better my practice for the students I am responsible for. Christopher WaughEDUTRONIC. This journal entry was written as part of the first #blogsync, an initiative in the synchronisation of online journals by UK Educational professionals.
The first shared topic was “The Universal Panacea? The number one shift in UK education I wish to see in my lifetime.” You can read all the contributions here: In searching for an adequate contribution to the, frankly, stunning array of blogs and contributions to the inaugural blogsync my mind has walked down many paths.
Clock Partners. #blogsync - an initiative in educationalist blog synchronisation - EDUTRONIC. Augmented Reality in the Classroom. READ MORE RECENT BLOG POSTS ABOUT AUGMENTED REALITY HERE!
Since beginning the iPad journey in our school, I have been dying to use some of the Augmented Reality apps available on the iPad. I didn't want to dive in and use it with no substance I wanted to make sure there was real potential to enhance the learning in the classroom. For those people who are not familiar with the term "Augmented Reality," here is a web definition: "Augmented reality (AR) is a live, direct or indirect, view of a physical, real-world environment whose elements are augmented by computer-generated sensory input such as sound, video, graphics or GPS data. It is related to a more general concept called mediated reality, in which a view of reality is modified (possibly even diminished rather than augmented) by a computer.
If that is a little too technical, Augmented Reality is a way of using a picture, known as a trigger image, to generate a video, slideshow or computer generated graphic. Why iPad 4 Schools [Poster] OFSTED Inspector and School Improvement Adviser. Developing Literacy Through Maths. Sam Down – @SDown4 - is a Progress Leader in our hugely successful maths department.
Recently he has been looking at strategies that maths teachers can use to enhance maths learning, whilst also developing literacy skills. The following article is a summary of some of the strategies he has been trying out in his classroom and sharing with the department. If you are a maths teacher, who has been looking at similar developmental work, please feel free to contact Sam via twitter, or leave a comment on this post. Developing Literacy in the teaching and learning of Mathematics – Sam Down, Durrington High School In line with the new National Curriculum (2013) which states “Teachers should develop pupils’ spoken language, reading and writing as integral aspects of the teaching of every subject”, we are currently focusing on the different ways we can embed literacy into the teaching and learning of Mathematics at Durrington High School.
Edudemic - Education Technology Tips For Students And Teachers. Dedwards.me. I have made no secret of my fondness for generic apps that enhance learning.
Explain Everything, Google Drive and Evernote can aid the educator and student alike. However, there is a new contender on the block for the No.1 app in education. Socrative 1.0 was very good – Socrative 2.0 looks excellent. This brief introduction to Socrative 2.0 highlights its potential and possible use in the classroom. I look forward to hearing about the effect it has in schools. For the user guide go HERE. Nuts and Bolts.
Blog — numberfit. MathedUp! » FOR YOUR MATHS TEACHING AND LEARNING NEEDS. Mark Anderson. Stretch and Learn. Leading Learner. On this page you will find a number of resources that I have created or co-created.
The resources are free and you are welcome to download and use them. I’ve also added links to the post which provide additional information. However, you are not permitted to redistributed, sell or utilise any of the resources in a commercial manner without the written permission of those who created them. #5MinOfstedPlan This plan was co-created by @LeadingLearner & @TeacherToolkit. It aims to help you maximise the impact of your planning & preparation so you are ready for that call. #5MinOfstedPlan v1.1 #5MinCallPlan It aims to help you maximise the impact of your planning & preparation once you receive that call. #5MinCallPlan v1.3. TeacherToolkit.