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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.
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.
e-ako pāngarau is a new section of the nzmaths website designed for students fluent in te reo Māori. e-ako pāngarau provides pathways of sequenced learning modules (e-ako) which support the development of place value understanding and basic facts. The content of e-ako pāngarau is presented entirely in te reo.
A collection of Illustrations of the National Standards for Mathematics are being developed.
TED-Ed is a new site with an expanding collection of educational videos on a variety of subjects. The videos include a spoken soundtrack and an animated video. Two of our favourites are:
e-ako maths is a new section of the nzmaths website designed for students. e-ako maths provides pathways of sequenced learning modules (e-ako) which support the development of place value understanding and basic facts.
Answering questions in the e-ako and the learning objects gives points towards trophies and printable certificates. Fractions e-ako, problem solving e-ako, and basic facts games will be added in the coming weeks.
Plus magazine is an online magazine with engaging and challenging articles on a diverse range of topics relating to mathematics. While the content is not specifically about teaching mathematics there are usually 1 or 2 articles each week related to working with students.