eRiding - Mathematics & Numeracy - Secondary Mathematics & Numeracy - Secondary Resources ' In mathematics you don't understand things. You just get used to them. '- Johann von Neumann (1903 - 1957) Materials to support teaching and learning have been developed and will continue to be developed and displayed on this site. Introduction to the Resources Fun Kids Online Math Games "Sheppard offers everything from early math to pre-algebra. The lessons include interactive activities to practice concepts. Students can shoot fruit, pop balloons, and even play math man (the math version of pac man!). Fractions, place value, money, and basic operations are some of the areas that are covered. Check it out at " --Shannon Jakeman , sjakeman.blogspot.com "Online math games, like the ones that you'll find for free at Sheppard Software, provide a valuable opportunity for children to learn a great deal while they're having fun.
Scroll to the bottom for lesson study projects Another year and another brilliant Maths Counts Conference. A record crowd of close to 450 watched Professor Takahashi steer an open-ended path through geometry and then witnessed a first for Irish education as our amazing lesson-study teachers taught their students live for all to observe. If that wasn’t enough, there were still 20 interactive workshops to choose from, a poster display of 52 lessons, an address by Maths Development Team National Coordinator, Dr. Anne Brosnan and a presentation on school self evaluation by Senior Inspector, Linda Ramsbottom. It’s fair to say that everybody was tired but energised by conference end on Saturday afternoon. Thanks to everyone who attended but most especially to our 250 lesson-study teachers and the students and staff of Maynooth Education Campus, Coláiste na hInse, Santa Sabina Dominican College and Temple Carrig School who gave up their weekend so that we all might learn some maths.
Search Looking Back and Moving Forward Pre-K-2, 3-5, 9-12 This final lesson of the unit reviews the work of the previous lessons through a variety of activity stations, one of which involves using an interactive graphing tool. Students model with buttons and record addition and subtraction. Counting Embedded Figures Yes, but why? Review Ed Southall’s new book “Yes, but why? Teaching for Understanding in Mathematics” is the most interesting mathematics education book that I have read in a long time. Grammaire de l'anglais Vocabulaire / Vocabulary Le corps humain / The human body L'habillement / Clothes La nourriture / Food La famille / The family
Beatboxing 101 - BEAT NYC Beatboxing is a form of vocal percussion primarily involving the art of producing drum beats, rhythm, and musical sounds using one's mouth, lips, tongue, and voice. It may also involve singing, vocal imitation of turntablism, and the simulation of horns, strings, and other musical instruments. The term beatboxing is sometimes used to refer to vocal percussion in general. B.E.A.T.’s mission is to transform the lives of youth in under-served areas through engaging, exciting and culturally relevant music, dance and writing programs which include beatboxing, B-boying/B-girling (breakdance), music production/composition, and creative writing.
Maths resources - Maths Careers This page aims to provide a range of resources to support teachers in the classroom as well as parents at home. Mathematical Trickery (produced by the more maths grads project) Teacher Information (DOC 265Kb, PDF 95Kb) Maths Tricks (PPT 654Kb) Number Puzzles (DOC 25Kb, PDF 46Kb) EduMates - Logaritmos Skip to main content Create interactive lessons using any digital content including wikis with our free sister product TES Teach. Get it on the web or iPad! guest The elephant in the classroom Review Already acclaimed as a classic in maths education, this updated edition aims to inspire and enthuse pupils… This accessible, indispensable resource is aimed at teachers and parents alike to ensure that maths is both engaging and challenging. --the Teacher "I'm hoping that my daughter's teachers have read this book, as I want my girl taught in this way and to develop an interest in the wider subject of maths than is often taught, and to enjoy the process of learning and problem solving. Thanks, Jo Boaler, for opening my eyes."