Maths is all around you is about encouraging students to take their mathematics learning into the outside world. This blog not only outlines just how brilliant maths in the outside is but also has a lot of great links to websites to help with this concept. This is an important innovation because as outlines in http://gettingsmart.com/2013/12/4-tools-connect-students-real-world-math/ unless the mathematics has been connected to a real world source instead of just a list of problems in a textbook the learning can be very short lived.
Using humor in all teaching works very well to help the brain engage and the frontal lobe retain the information. As shown in the in-depth article on http://www.middleweb.com/5053/humor-in-the-classroom/ many doctors and professors of the field agree. This article goes through the points made by several key figures such as Sidney Harris, a man who has made maths fun through cartoons for years. As well as this it will give the students a reason to remember the maths behind it so that when they want to relay the jokes to their classmates they will want to get it right.
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This site is full of revision questions to help prepare for this exam. However unlike many other sites this site allows students to search within their grade level to help pin point the type of questions that may help them most. This makes this site perfect to help you for this exam simple go on select grade 9 and do all the questions in column 2. I am drawing attention to this so that you students can get extra study questions once you have done each of my revision sheets.
More and more classrooms are gaining access to technology that can be used with students. Whether you're modeling a lesson, creating stations or working in a one-to-one classroom, virtual tools can promote student ...
This is just an introductory article to convey some important information with respect to Maths. As most of you are aware we have been using the new Australian Curriculum since 2012 for Years 7 -10 and hats off to all students ...
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