# All Interactive Whiteboard Resources

Teach Shapes and Measures 10 Shapes and Measures Resources for IWB AND tablets. Numeracy Basics The 6 resources that appear in the Numeracy Basics app available for use here on the IWB: New Resources style="display:inline-block;width:468px;height:15px" data-ad-client="ca-pub-6332193243096684" data-ad-slot="1206313740">

Videos By Topic College Algebra Prep:A four-week course to get you ready to take college algebra. Click here for more information. Enrollment is limited. mathFROG - Fun Resources & Online Games Read the instructions carefully. Print the follow-up exercises. Some exercises include extra games. Data Management and Probability Geometry and Spatial Sense | Measurement Number Sense and Numeration | Patterning and Algebra Data Management and Probability Create A Graph Practice making graphs. Classroom Timers - Fun Timers We've decided to put our new fun timers, and timers for classrooms into a nice sub-section. These are great timers for children, or maybe meetings, or anything really. They just add some extra fun to the usual countdown timers :-) Classic Classroom Timers: Explosive Fun Timers: Sports Themed Timers:

Slice of Life If I dismiss the ordinary — waiting for the special, the extreme, the extraordinary to happen — I may just miss my life.–Dani Shapiro in Still Writing: The Perils and Pleasures of a Creative Life (2013, 123) In February 2008, Stacey was reading one of her student’s writer’s notebooks and came across a piece of writing about his sister’s lost necklace. Christian wrote an entire entry about the outrage he felt when his mother made the family drop everything to search for his sister’s lost necklace in their apartment. Brain study reveals how successful students overcome math anxiety Using brain-imaging technology for the first time with people experiencing mathematics anxiety, University of Chicago scientists have gained new insights into how some students are able to overcome their fears and succeed in math. For the highly math anxious, researchers found a strong link between math success and activity in a network of brain areas in the frontal and parietal lobes involved in controlling attention and regulating negative emotional reactions. This response kicked in at the very mention of having to solve a mathematics problem.

Secondary Maths Collection – Tarsia – An Introduction to Tarsia Comment:5 average rating | Comments (3)Last Updated:25 February, 2014Section:Resources TES Secondary maths resource collections Collection Author: Craig Barton - Maths AST and creator of www.mrbartonmaths.com (TES Name: mrbartonmaths)

Active science modules GlaxoSmithKline's Active Science website is no longer available. The majority of the content from this site has been transferred to the ABPI Resources for Schools website. You may access the modules as follows: Age 5-7 Humans and Animals Human and Animal Habitats Easy Origami Envelope Folding Instructions - How to make an Easy Origami Envelope This is a great one - the easy origami envelope. You write your message or letter, then fold it into an envelope - all with just a single sheet of paper! Made this origami? Comment and Submit your photo using the comment box at the end of this page!

Mathematics Grades 3-6 A+ MATH This Web site has flashcards, math problems, and games -- all with the intent of increasing mathematical knowledge. AAA Math This interactive site provides online math exercises with explanations and challenging games as a resource for the classroom BBC Education Maths File ReviseWise Beacon Learning Center The resources posted in the Beacon database are products of professional development activities teaching a standards-based planning model. Brainchild - twenty-four questions, followed by practice on any incorrect responses Brain Teasers Solve these weekly brain teaser math puzzles.

Teaching Happily Ever After: QR Codes: What are they? How can teachers use QR codes in the classroom? What is a QR code? QR code stands for "Quick Response." When you scan it with your mobile device, it instantly gives you the information stored on it. Here is a comic tutorial from The Daring Librarian: You can find them popping up everywhere nowadays- magazines, posters, even clothing! How do you scan them?

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