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Level 3 problem September 2014

Lollies, Lollies, Lollies

On Monday, Sam, Sunny and Sylvia shared some lollies that their mother had given them.
Sunny got twice as many lollies as Sam.
Sylvia got three times as many lollies as Sam.

Making beanies

Making Beanies is a new type of resource for the nzmaths site. This five minute video story describes the process and outcomes for a rich maths unit of work based around making polar fleece beanies. We intend to develop a collection of similar videos.

Vi Hart's YouTube channel

Vi Hart's YouTube channel contains a very large collection of videos on a wide range of subjects, including maths, music, and food. She clearly has a particular interest in the idea of infinity, as many of her videos feature this.

Making beanies

Making Beanies is a new type of resource for the nzmaths site. This five minute video story describes the process and outcomes for a rich maths unit of work based around making polar fleece beanies. We intend to develop a collection of similar videos.

More or Less

More or Less is a weekly podcast, available to download on the BBC website. Each episode is a ten minute mp3 (audio) file which discusses numbers and statistics used in everyday life.

Bowland Maths

Bowland Maths aims to make maths engaging and relevant to pupils aged 11-14, with a focus on developing thinking, reasoning and problem-solving skills. In these materials, the maths emerges naturally as pupils tackle problems set in a rich mixture of real-life and fantasy situations.

Updates to nzmaths

By joining the Updates to nzmaths Professional Learning Community you will receive an email whenever new material is added to the nzmaths website. We will also send an email whenever significant modifications are made to existing content. This is the best way to ensure that you are made aware of significant additions and updates to the website. 

Enhancing teaching and learning through the use of iPads

This snapshot on the Software for learning site aims to demonstrate how the effective integration of iPads in a Year 2 classroom has enhanced the programme and has helped to meet the learning needs of the students.

How to Learn Math

Until the 28th of September a free course for teachers and parents entitled How to Learn Math is available on Stanford Universty’s on-line platform.

CensusAtSchool

CensusAtSchool facilitates the collection of real, relevant student data through its biennial online census for Years 5-13 as part of the international CensusAtSchool project.


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