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Making Maths Visible: Feb 23 – 27 - Natspec

Making Maths Visible: Feb 23 – 27 - Natspec | eLearning tools | Scoop.it

Natspec’s Maths Week Feb 23 – 27 #visiblemaths is a chance for students and staff to get involved, wherever they are learning, and to share ideas and activities through social media. We will be running a survey and will get students to present the data in whatever way they like. We are encouraging colleges to work collaboratively, set maths challenges, tell maths jokes and make maths fun!

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Maths resources and blogs from the Teacher Network | The Guardian

Maths resources and blogs from the Teacher Network | The Guardian | eLearning tools | Scoop.it
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Ideas and resources for teaching maths creatively

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Minister praises new NIACE maths app "Maths Everywhere "

Minister praises new NIACE maths app "Maths Everywhere " | eLearning tools | Scoop.it

The new NIACE maths app – Maths Everywhere – has been praised by the Skills Minister, Matthew Hancock MP, at the AoC Conference in Birmingham today, as one example of how technology is transforming teaching and learning.

 

Matthew Hancock, said:

"Embracing technology involves changing the role of the teacher. Less lecturer, more tutor. Supporting and guiding pupils as they learn. Developing character. mentoring and motivating. Just as blackboards were resisted two hundred years ago because teachers didn’t want to turn their backs to the class, but quickly became ubiquitous, so in a few short years online technology will form a huge part of the way we teach."

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Currently in BETA. and only available for the web. The Android and Apple apps are due for release by the middle of December. Feedback is welcomed. Have a look at - http://www.mathseverywhere.org.uk/ ;

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