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The Math Worksheet Site.com Using Low Threshold High Ceiling Tasks in Ordinary Classrooms Using low threshold high ceiling tasks in ordinary classrooms We're not sure if we invented it*, but here at NRICH the phrase 'Low threshold, high ceiling' (LTHC) has certainly become one of our favourites. We like to think that many of our tasks can be used in this way, and in many of the projects where we work with schools we take LTHC as the title. We thought therefore it would be a good idea to explore what LTHC means, and indicate which activities on the site are particularly good examples. What does LTHC mean? Imagine a room. Well the analogy may be a bit contrived, but that's exactly what LTHC means. Why do we like LTHC? We like LTHC activities because they promote a positive classroom culture - one where the whole class does maths together. The other format is where everyone does the same, usually closed, activity. So another reason we like LTHC tasks is that they allow learners to show what they can do, not what they can't. Below are some of our favourites. Primary classrooms Noah
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