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New Online Gaming Grows Students Math Skills - LiveScience.com

New Online Gaming Grows Students Math Skills - LiveScience.com | Mathematics | Scoop.it

New Online Gaming Grows Students Math Skills LiveScience.com Over the course of elementary school, students typically progress from methods like finger counting through a series of more advanced mental strategies that reflect their developing...


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Question 1) Why is this website a good indication for games to be used to encourage and perform mathematics?

 

Question 2) How can the use of games enhance the students mathematics?

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Rainforest maths

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This is a great example of a way to engage students that have struggled with basic mathematics from primary school as they able to go back and revise.

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Emma King's comment, April 29, 2013 8:06 PM
The Rain forest Maths website is a fun an innovative alternative, or further teaching facility, to textbooks in the Mathematics classroom. I would use this website with my Learning Enhancement students, as it may be beneficial for students to catch up with content in areas of Numeracy that they may be working below their year level in.
Andy Tran's curator insight, May 1, 2013 11:51 PM

Suggested by a wonderful teacher, this resource is a useful website to engage students and keep them entertained in the field of mathematics whilst informing.

Scott De landelles's curator insight, May 7, 2013 6:15 AM

Class,

for those of you either wanting to revise on mathematical practices or are struggling with basic math principles this is a sight to get your head into gear.

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IXL Maths | Online maths practice and lessons

IXL Maths | Online maths practice and lessons | Mathematics | Scoop.it
IXL is the Web's most comprehensive maths practice site. Popular among educators and families, IXL provides unlimited questions in more than 2,000 topics. An adaptive learning system, featuring games and awards, inspires students to achieve.
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This is a great example of ways to engage students that have struggled with basic mathematics from primary school as they able to go back and revise with the national cirriculum.

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