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Create Something. Donate Login Remember Me Minecraft and Mathematics – STEM Life for the average eight year old has changed, a new world has opened up…MINECRAFT. Every evening around teatime, I have the joy of my son playing this game on the xbox with three of his friends from school. Now they don’t come round to play but meet up in a game world from the comfort of their own homes. As a regular listener to the verbal exchanges, I am fast growing to see educational potential in this piece of software. In January, I read with interest that a post primary school in Sweden, as even incorporated it into the curriculum.

Singapore maths effect is small but potentially powerful, study finds A Singaporean "mastery" approach to maths improves children’s skills and could provide a long-term economic benefit, new research suggests. The improvement seen in schools using the Mathematics Mastery programme is equivalent to one month’s additional progress, but a new analysis of the potential economic benefits of the programme predicts that even an extra month of progress at age 10 could increase adults' average wages by around £150 to £200 a year. Interest in the way maths is taught in East Asia has been sparked by the success of Shanghai, Singapore, Japan, Hong Kong and South Korea in the Pisa (Programme for International Student Assessment) rankings. The Mathematics Mastery programme, which is based on teaching methods from Singapore, has been adopted by the Ark academy chain and was evaluated by John Jerrim, reader in educational and social statistics at the UCL Institute of Education and Anna Vignoles, professor of education at the University of Cambridge.

Algebra2go® Welcome to Algebra2go®. Whether you are attending a math class at Saddleback College, taking a math class at another school, or just need to refresh your math skills for a business or science class, we have tools that can help. All these resources are free thanks to the support of Saddleback College, the California Basic Skills Initiative, and the Saddleback College Foundation. We have many distinct categories of resources. The Algebra2go® team has received a Sloan Consortium award for Effective Practices and this site was designated a MERLOT Classic by the Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching.

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Using Google Apps in a Math Classroom This week I am hosting some guest bloggers. This is a guest post from Bethany Mager. I have been teaching high school math for 12 years and I currently work to help teachers integrate technology in our 1:1 high school using Google Apps. I often find that math teachers are reluctant to use Google Docs in a math classroom, but Google Apps has completely transformed the way I teach. English pupil's maths scores improve under east Asian approach Schools in England experimenting with east Asian teaching methods have seen an improvement in children’s mathematics skills after just one year, according to a study. The research, published on Thursday, which represents the first hard evidence that introducing a Singaporean “maths mastery” approach into English classrooms can influence results, found a “relatively small but welcome improvement” in children’s performance. The report’s lead author warned however that the mastery programme should not be seen as “a silver bullet” and called for it to be tested over a longer period in a greater number of schools in order to build a fuller picture. Policymakers have been studying teaching methods in east Asian countries such as Singapore, Japan and South Korea, which dominate the Pisa international league tables measuring children’s academic achievement.

All our free courses We use cookies to make sure our websites work effectively and to improve your user experience. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with this. However, you can change your cookie settings at any time. Skip to content The home of free learning from The Open University since 2006 Cyberchase . FREE Lucky Star Game Show Application for SMART Board Designed for grades 3-5, the CYBERCHASE Lucky Star game show challenges kids to compete for top scores while building important math skills. This easy-to-install application engages students using the hugely popular characters from CYBERCHASE and offers the following features: Motivational & Replayable Learning: 150 fun questions combine a mix of age-appropriate math and problem-solving to help students strengthen their skills in algebraic thinking, number and operations, geometry, measurement, and more. Think Pad: Students can represent their thinking as they solve problems on the Think Pad, a blank dropdown area that lets them use the SMART Board interactive whiteboard's pens to write directly into the game. Math Manipulatives: Lucky Star takes advantage of the SMART Board's touch screen interactivity by encouraging kids to manipulate objects on screen with their hands.

KS1 Numeracy A visual open ended activity to help with basic calculation and number bonds. Create number piles, Drag and drop the number bars to help explain a variety of concepts. A visual excersice to help with basic subtraction. 20+ Photos Of Geometrical Plants For Symmetry Lovers Who said math can’t be interesting? Fractals like these can seem too perfect to be true, but they occur in nature and plants all the time and are examples of math, physics, and natural selection at work! When we see order in the world, we think it must be some human hand that made it so. But Galileo Galilei in his Il Saggiatore wrote, “[The universe] is written in the language of mathematics, and its characters are triangles, circles, and other geometric figures.” There is order in nature, and artists who want to reproduce it faithfully spend hours studying nature’s forms.

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