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MATHS4US: Learning Maths Online

MATHS4US: Learning Maths Online | Math Fun | Scoop.it

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John Dalziel's curator insight, October 9, 2013 8:16 AM

The Maths4Us initiative is supported by the Department of Business, Innovation and Skills, and driven forward by NIACE and a number of key partner organisations across the public and private sector.
Maths is used every day, by everyone. It is crucial in completing daily tasks like shopping and cooking, gaining employment and supporting children with their homework. The list goes on.
Many learners are unaware that they already use maths or mistakenly thinking that learning maths as an adult will be the same as learning it at school. (Sadly with some Learning Providers that will be the case; not you I'm sure!)
The partners have recruited maths champions and created a number of resources to support learners in developing and improving their maths skills.

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Get Up, Stand Up! 360 Degree Math Revolutionizes Classrooms - TakePart

Get Up, Stand Up! 360 Degree Math Revolutionizes Classrooms - TakePart | Math Fun | Scoop.it
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Get Up, Stand Up! 360 Degree Math Revolutionizes Classrooms
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Lindsay Chinn, a teacher featured in the new documentary TEACH, was among the staff at MLKJ.
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Great Math Games Resources for Teachers and Students

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Math accompanied by banjo at unusual ciphering class in Missoula - The Missoulian

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Math accompanied by banjo at unusual ciphering class in Missoula
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“It's fun learning new stuff,” said Natalie Padovich, a 16-year-old student from Deer Lodge.
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