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Parents How to Learn Math: For Teachers and Parents This online course explains the new research ideas on mathematics learning and student mindsets that can transform students’ experiences with math. Whether you are a teacher preparing to implement the new Common Core State Standards, a parent wanting to give your children the best math start in life, an administrator wanting to know ways to encourage math teachers or another helper of math learners, this course will help you. How can we meet the needs of all pupils without differentiation of lesson content? How can we record progress without levels? Thoughts on topical issues of mathematics education from the NCETM’s Director, Charlie Stripp I believe that if we are to adopt a teaching for mastery approach to maths teaching, consistent with the new National Curriculum, we must answer these questions. Many primary teachers have asked my NCETM colleagues and me these questions, and this blog explains our current thinking. We have been informed by the National Curriculum document itself, by teaching we have observed and by the textbooks used in regions and countries that teach maths very successfully, such as Shanghai and Singapore. I also believe the answers to these questions have the potential to reduce teacher workload, as well as improving the mathematical learning of their pupils. The expectation is that the majority of pupils will move through the programmes of study at broadly the same pace.

Science Projects for Kids: The Incredible Universe" Science projects for kids: the incredible universe takes you to worlds just waiting to be discovered. With simple instructions and everyday materials, you'll be learning more about constellations with the kids. You can start with star gazing and watching shooting stars -- and then make a planetarium or star theater to bring what you've learned back home.

Typographie et mathématiques La fascination des artistes et des érudits de la Renaissance pour les mathématiques ne peut ignorer le domaine de la lettre, et en particulier les capitales gravées encore visibles sur les monuments romains de l'Antiquité dont ils étudient assidûment les proportions et les styles architecturaux. Les artistes de la Renaissance et l'écriture La mise au point de la perspective géométrique, dans les années 1420, les a convaincus que la réalité toute entière était exprimable en formules chiffrées, en même temps que l'œuvre de mathématiciens grecs comme Pythagore leur apparaît comme l'apogée de la civilisation antique (dont ils ne doutent pas qu'elle tire sa perfection d'une application systématique et rationnelle des lois de la géométrie). Comparaison de modèles de la renaissance Comparaison des romains de Jenson, Griffo et Garamond

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