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‘Doing maths’ is looking a little different these days in some classrooms, as more collaborative approaches to solving mathematics problems are being encouraged.

This video describes key aspects of the ‘Mathematics Inquiry Communities’ being developed by a team led by Dr Bobbie Hunter.

Five interactive modules further exploring these ideas are available in the PLD pathways on e-ako maths.

A collection of rich learning activities is being developed to provide engaging contexts in which to explore the achievement objectives from NZC.

Activities are currently available at Level 3Level 4 and Level 5.

A probability and statistics pathway has been added to e-ako maths

Information for teachers is available on the Information about e-ako maths page and the site itself can be accessed by clicking on the image to the left.
e-ako Pāngarau, a Māori-language version of e-ako maths, is also available. 

The Ministry is offering Fees Funding Support in 2016.  Forms and information are available here
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