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Learn Shapes with Popsicle Sticks * Puzzles * Maths * Teacher Resources * Art Craft Fun
 
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Bright Sparks - Arts & Crafts presents to you how to make a DIY Puzzle using Popsicle/Ice Lolly/Ice Block sticks. Here at Bright Sparks - Arts & Crafts we help inspire and motivate your children’s art and craft ideas. On this channel you will see fun and easy new tutorials and projects uploaded weekly. Being current primary/elementary school teachers we understand how important it is that all art DIY projects show step by step instructions and that some room is left for kids to use their imaginations and make these crafts their own. These videos can be used to develop fine motor skills, visual-spatial ability and encourage problem solving. We endeavour to make all our arts and crafts fun and exciting so if there’s anything you’d like to see us do please let us know. Learning is an essential part of life so why not make it fun. We believe anyone can be an artist and be creative. Give it a go! Please remember to give us a like and click to subscribe button :)
Selecting maths resources
 
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Selecting maths resources Career Stage - Highly Accomplished Main Focus area - 3.4 School - Pleasant Street Primary School The teacher uses a ‘whole-part-whole’ teaching strategy in a year 3/4 mathematics lesson in which students are learning to add, subtract and divide whole numbers and parts of numbers. To support the learning, the teacher uses a software program in which students can apply the skills in a ‘real life’ situation. While most students are using an interactive learning object, the teacher works with an extension group who are learning about decimals. A teacher colleague supports the teacher in the classroom. http://www.aitsl.edu.au/australian-professional-standards-for-teachers/illustrations-of-practice/detail?id=IOP00170
Views: 696 AITSL
Teachers TV- Teaching and Learning - EYFS Maths
 
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Must-Have Teaching Resources: Math, Special Education, Community Building (Virtual Tour)
 
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This teacher shares some of her favorite resources in a variety of areas including math, special education, and building classroom community. See the lesson plan at http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/balancedliteracydiet/Recipe/50569/ and do a virtual tour of this teacher’s classroom at http://www.oise.utoronto.ca/balancedliteracydiet/56GD.html. Also go to http://www.LitDiet.org for more free teaching activities and virtual classroom tours.
Maths mastery – time-saving resources for teachers
 
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This video features Miss Golledge, a maths teacher at Hamstead Hall Academy in Birmingham talking about how the Pearson print and digital resources for KS3 and GCSE Maths are proving to be invaluable in saving teachers’ time. For more information, please visit http://pear.sn/6fib30djE88
The Best Structured Resource Room Ever!
 
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http://www.behaviorcommunicates.com Do you have a small room where you bring a few students at a time for some kind of instruction or therapy? Let me just say that structure is your friend, my friend. When you have students coming and going, there is an art to making that happen smoothly. I’ve asked one of my teachers to share with you how she took some time to make her already structured resource room even better!
Views: 82254 Carla Butorac
Teachers TV: Fun with Maths
 
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Integral Maths - Teaching Resources
 
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Integral contains hundreds of teaching ideas and classroom activities. See some of them here. Visit integralmaths.org for more info. Music: http://www.purple-planet.com
Views: 1296 MEImaths
Teachers TV: Primary Maths Resources
 
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Teaching learning materials (Maths)-Fancy Ball
 
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make a Fancy ball with circle good for maths class room
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How to create teaching aids for maths(ज्ञानरचनावाद)
 
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Video ki madat se ye or bhi teaching aids banaye ja sakte hai jisse bachcho ke vikash me madat hogi teaching me bhi utsah hoga Yese or bhi video jo teaching aids banane me aap ki madat ke liye mere youtube channel par aate rahege Iskeliye aap mere youtube channel ko subscribe kare like kare share kare Thanks Youtube channel:-https://m.youtube.com/channel/UC8eJa7jTmMt4KMLPRClDbpQ Fb :-https://www.facebook.com/ashishg.patle.5
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Teachers TV: Secondary Maths: Problem Solving
 
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In this edition we look at three resources designed to aid the teaching of problem solving. Expert Peter Hall, AST of mathematics from Imberhorne School, East Grinstead, recommends: Mathematical Problem Solving with Interactive Spreadsheets - a CD of programs for the interactive whiteboard Maths Challenge - a website dedicated to the puzzling world of mathematics Aha! - a two volume puzzle book collection by Martin Gardner Roving reporter Matthew Tosh is out and about to see a couple of the resources in action. Meanwhile, Peter and presenter Hermione Cockburn discuss the resources in the in the studio with panellists Dr Catherine Ogden, head of mathematics at Heckmondwike Grammar School in West Yorkshire and Matthew Fry, head of maths at Hextable School in Kent. Licensed to CPD College Ltd.
Views: 347 CPD College
Using Maths resources in the classroom
 
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There are a vast range of educational resources available to support the teaching of Maths in the curriculum. Anna Wilson of Oswald Road Primary School talked to Hope Education about the important role they play, especially for those learners who learn the kinesthetic way. Anna moves on to how you can use different resources such as clocks, base ten and place value counters to help children visualise the numbers and therefore aid their learning.
Views: 96 Hope Education
Teaching Aid -  Info Circle - Maths - English
 
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In this teaching aid we can teach simultaneously two subject i.e. English sentences and Maths volume, Mass & Length etc. This is low cost teaching aid. Any one can make it. Thanks for watching... So please subscribe my channel.
Views: 129933 Zakir Naikwadi
Math for Teachers MyMathLab Resources
 
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Take a tour of all the resources available in MyMathLab for the Math for Teachers course! - Assorted video types featuring real teachers and classroom situations - eManipulatives, virtual representations of traditional block manipulatives - Professional development resources, including information on NCTM and the Common Core standards
Views: 811 PearsonMathStats
The Maths Vocabulary Pack - Teaching Resources
 
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Help your children to learn the meaning of a wide range of maths vocabulary with our enormous resource pack! Includes posters, activity sheets and lots of other resources to ensure that your children know what each word means. Available from http://www.teachingpacks.co.uk/the-maths-vocabulary-pack/
Views: 503 Teaching Ideas
Project Maths - Teacher Training - Galway Education Centre
 
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This workshop focused on problem solving. The RDO modelled and exemplified effective ways for teaching and learning problem solving such as the use of: Effective questioning Cooperative small group work Rich collaborative tasks all, of which promote discussion in the classroom. Teachers engaged in solving problems and presented to each other how and the thinking behind how they solved the problem. At this workshop teachers were introduced to mini-white boards. The PMDT have found them to be an indispensable resource at workshops for questioning but also for assessing learning at a glance. Teachers reflected on their current practices and considered whether their strategies in the classroom were balanced between procedural and problem solving. Another reflective exercise undertaken was to describe how their students were learning in the classroom and consider whether their students were being active participants or individuals watching listening and imitating procedures. Workshop 3 also focused on a Junior Cycle Teaching and Learning Plan: Introduction to Fractions and a Leaving Certificate Teaching and Learning Plan: Complex Numbers. Teachers were introduced to various class activities that promote innovative ways of teaching fractions (using uni-fix cubes) and complex numbers (using animated characters in films) that promote higher order thinking, encourage classroom interaction and make learning more meaningful for students. Workshops cannot attempt to offer a complete course, rather the workshops exemplify effective and enjoyable ways of teaching and learning with understanding. This workshop is one of a series of 10 being offered to all teachers of mathematics. All resources used at workshops are available on the Project Maths website: www.projectmaths.ie
Views: 2787 Project Maths Videos
The Mental Maths Pack - Teaching Resources
 
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The Mental Maths Pack contains audio quizzes, maths challenge resources, tips and strategies posters, activity sheets and display resources... to help your children to improve their mental maths skills! Available from http://www.teachingpacks.co.uk/the-mental-maths-pack/ Some images © ThinkStock
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The Ministry of Maths - a maths resource for sparky teachers
 
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This video is part of 'The M Files' - a creative maths resource from the folks at Sparky Teaching. The aim of the resource is to get your pupils reading maths questions more carefully. The idea is that the people who write maths questions (The Ministry of Maths) are cunning individuals with one aim - to catch out pupils. 'The M Files' is a series of leaked documents from the Ministry, showing your pupils some of the "tricks" they get up to and encouraging them to read maths questions more carefully as a result. We hope it sparks your imagination. If you're a creative maths teacher who wants to make maths more interesting, check out the full resource here: http://www.sparkyteaching.com/resources/thinkingskills/themfiles.php
Views: 3062 SparkyTeaching
Maths Resources For Primary Teachers
 
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Splash Resources is the best online source to get the best Maths Resources, lesson plans, and ideas for primary teachers and students. Visit us at:- http://www.splashresources.com.au/collections/maths
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TES Maths ROTW 100 - Resources of the Year 2015
 
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Yes, it is that time of year again, where I count down my top 10 favourite resources that have been uploaded to TES Maths in 2015. I will start the daily countdown via Twitter on January 1st, and this is your opportunity to influence my thinking! Is there a resource that helped you deliver a topic? Did you have a particularly enjoyable lesson thanks to a resource? Did a resource change the way you teach in general? Was there a resource that helped one particular student understand something that they hadn’t previously? Is there a resource that just blew you away? If so, just drop me an email via [email protected], or Tweet me via @mrbartonmaths. If you want to see the full set of Resource of the Week from 2015 to get some inspiration, then you can access the most recent here https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/blog, or the full set, nicely categorised on my blog here: http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/blog/tes-maths-resource-week-rotd-index-page/ Thanks so much to all the people who selflessly share their resource on TES Maths. You really do make such a difference to teaching and learning all around the world. Long may it continue! Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Craig
Views: 96 TesWorld
Teachers TV- Primary Maths - Measures
 
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Maths-Whizz Teachers' Resource - BETT-award-winning entry
 
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This is the 2006 video that accompanied the BETT-award-winning entry by Maths-Whizz Teachers' Resource. The software won in the Maths Key Stage 1 and 2 category - http://www.whizz.com The video demonstrates how maths software is being used in class to aid teaching and motivate children and illustrates the qualities of the software that helped it win the award Filmed in the UK by Xube, the video features students and teachers at the Thelwall Junior School.
Views: 3028 Whizz Education
Teaching Math Without Words, A Visual Approach to Learning Math
 
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Matthew Peterson, CEO of MIND Research Institute, speaks at TEDx Orange Coast, explaining how words are great barriers to learning for a majority of students. His own struggles with dyslexia and inspiration from Albert Einstein led him to ask the question: can we teach math without words? MIND Research Institute has created a visual approach to learning and teaching math with its ST Math Software. Through visual math games that are interactive with visual feedback, students learn math with amazing results. ST Math software utilizes years of neuroscience research that teaches kids how to excel in math problem solving utilizing the students spatial temporal reasoning abilities in a language independent visually driven software platform. Matthew's cutting-edge teaching methods are currently benefiting over 1,200,000 students in 3,200 schools across the United States. Learn more and play ST Math: https://www.stmath.com/ ----------- About MIND: MIND Research Institute is a social benefit organization dedicated to ensuring that all students are mathematically equipped to solve the world's most challenging problems. Learn more about MIND Research Institute: http://www.mindresearch.org ------------ Join the learning community on social media! MIND Twitter: https://twitter.com/mind_research ST Math Twitter: https://twitter.com/jijimath Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/JiJiMath/ Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/jijimath/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/mind-research-institute/
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Fractions Mastery Lesson: TES Maths Resource of the Week
 
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What is it? The term “Mastery” gets banded around a lot these days, and I think we need to be clear that there is no such thing as a “mastery lesson”. There are lessons that are used with a complete mastery approach, but the idea that you can dip into mastery for one off lessons is - in my opinion, anyway - a bit of a misnomer. However, this is undoubtedly an excellent lesson on the four operations of fractions, that with adaptation could be used by anyone. There is a starter that covers concepts that the students may have encountered earlier in the year, including factorising and rearranging equations. And then we move onto my favourite part - the selection of questions. Take the slide on additional and subtraction of fractions. Sure, we have standard questions involving proper fractions, but then we have improper fractions, three fractions, algebraic numerators and algebraic denominators. This is one of the key components of mastery - when introducing a new skill (adding and subtracting fractions) take the opportunity to revisit previous topics (conversion, simplifying expressions, expanding brackets, etc). All of this is rounded off with a classic problem from NRICH and an exit ticket that can be used to review progress. How can it be used? The reason I put that warning at the start was that if students are not used to this kind of approach, trouble may be brewing! If students have not encountered, or are not comfortable with, the additional concepts that are woven into this study of fractions, then they will not be able to answer the questions and as a teacher you will have a difficult decision to make - do you teach them the topic there and then and risk derailing the main purpose of the lesson, or do you just move on and leave your students confused? It is a tricky one. That is why lessons such as these need to be used carefully. May advice - even if you are following a mastery curriculum - is that you go through the questions and edit them as necessary to ensure they are suitable for your class. That way you will end up with all the benefits of this wonderful resource - the lovely structure, the range of questions complete with answers - but with none of the potential pitfalls. Alternatively, this lesson may be used as a revision resource for a Year 10/11 class who have finished the curriculum and are preparing for an exam. The fact that several concepts are all rolled into one makes it particularly suitable for this. Thanks so much for sharing Craig Barton To access the resource and join in the discussion, or to view all the other Maths Resources of the Week in this series, just visit https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/blog/maths
Views: 1435 TesWorld
Outstanding Reception Maths Classroom Observation - Topic Counting
 
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Visit http://www.classroomobservation.co.uk to buy the full lesson on DVD or visit http://www.videolearning.co.uk to access them online. This lesson is based on the topic 'Under the Sea' where children revisit all the skills that they have learnt so far in order to see where they are and what they will do next. This includes revisiting numbers, accurate counting, number bonds and problem solving.
Views: 34728 Mediamerge Ltd
Counting in 10s to 100 - Teaching Resource
 
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Click the link below to view this resource in full: http://www.teacher-of-primary.co.uk/counting-in-10s-to-100-teaching-resources-922.html KS1 Maths Teaching Resources: Counting in 10s to 100. In ‘KS1 Maths Teaching Resources: Counting in 10s to 100’ pupils practise counting in 10s to 100. The resource uses straightforward English, striking imagery, fun animations and engaging activities to help children develop their counting skills. As with all our resources, the KS1 Maths Teaching Resources: Counting in 10s to 100 PowerPoint is completely editable so that teachers can tweak, differentiate and personalise it as much or as little as required.
HELP Math Training: Teacher Resources
 
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Help students in grades 3-8 develop the necessary language skills and concepts in mathematics through Sheltered Instruction and Academic Vocabulary development. For more information, visit helpmath.sunburst.com or call 800-321-7511.
Views: 14 Sunburst Digital
Leading maths at Humpty Doo Primary School
 
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View the Illustrations of Practice here - http://www.aitsl.edu.au/australian-professional-standards-for-teachers/resources/topics/maths-and-science#01 This video shows how the Assistant Principal at Humpty Doo Primary School plays an active role in supporting maths teaching within the school. In addition to introducing a range of maths programs and initiatives to enhance the maths program, he actively mentors teachers and links them to resources and strategies that address the specific needs of their students.
Views: 1740 AITSL
Preschool Shark Math Lesson
 
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Kid In Motion Academy teacher, Britney Keirsey is making subtraction fun for her Preschool classes.
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What was the question? Venn Diagrams and Sets: TES Maths Resource of the Week
 
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What is it? If it was up to me, Andy Lutwyche would be knighted for Services to Maths Resources. I do not think there has been a single person who has had a more direct impact on the activities and tasks I use in lessons, and I know my students are better off for it. From Clumsy Clive to Crack the Safe, via Codebreakers, this man keeps on producing the goods. And now, to round off another year of Resource of the Week, Andy is back with a brand new type of resource: What was the question? Here, There are four sets of four problems where students have the answer but there are blanks in the questions which require filling in. Sounds simple enough, but the clever design of the questions really makes the students think hard, and promotes some fascinating discussions. This particularly member of the series concerns Venn Diagrams and set notation, and certainly got me scratching my head (in a good way!) as I was working through the problems myself. How can it be used? Andy explains in the notes how he uses these activities as starters or plenaries to his lesson to promote deep thinking and great discussions. For me, they could even form the main body of a lesson. Imagine you have taught the basics of Venn Diagrams and set notation. Students know all the symbols and a fairly confident at answering questions rering them to complete and interpret Venn Diagrams. This activity is then perfect to help take their understanding to the next level. Essentially students become questions creators tied to the constraint of the answer. This is challenging enough, but this activity also compels them to consider whether the question they have come up with is the only possible correct one, or whether there are a few/infinitely more out there. This is a wonderful activity, from a wonderful series, from a wonderful author. Thanks so much for sharing Craig Barton To access the resource and join in the discussion, or to view all the other Maths Resources of the Week in this series, just visit https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/blog/maths
Views: 158 TesWorld
GCSE 1-9 Higher GCSE Fortnightly skills assessment: TES Maths Resource of the Week
 
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What is it? With GCSEs very much hurtling towards us, I know I am always on the lookout for useful resources and activities to use with my Year 11s. There is so much stuff out there that us teachers are very much in danger of cognitive overload overselves trying to sift through and find the gold, and there is a definite danger hat throwing too much stuff at our students will lead to very little sticking. So, I am very choosy what I give my students, especially in these last few precious weeks. But this resource is going straight into my regular routine. It is designed for use with Year 10 students, but it is perfect for my Year 11 class who are striving for Grades 7, 8 and 9. It consists of 16 sets of questions - complete with answers - that cover a wide range of topics. But what I particularly love is the choice of topics - they are tricky! So, we have surds, proportion tables, Venn Diagrams, straight line graphs, challenging equations, and more. How can it be used? This is the kind of thing I wish I had stumbled upon about 6 months ago! It would be perfect for my regular low-stakes quizzes. However, better late than never! Projecting up - or printing out, if you have any budget left! - one of these sets of a questions each week provides an excellent start to a lesson, and a perfect means of ensuring multiple topics are fresh and secure in students’ minds. When I tried this with my Year 11 class, it quickly became apparent that there were gaps in their knowledge, particularly with the tricky factorising questions. I decided not to tackle itt there and then, but instead come back to it when I was better prepared. It is worth also saying that this resource comes complete with a beautifully designed tacking sheet that, if you use this over the longer term, can be used to build up a record of students’ performance. This will certainly be coming into play with next year’s Year 11 from September. Thanks so much for sharing Craig Barton To access the resource and join in the discussion, or to view all the other Maths Resources of the Week in this series, just visit https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/blog/maths
Views: 186 TesWorld
Making primary maths real, fun and memorable
 
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At Weeke Primary School, Key Stage 1 and 2 pupils learn number bonds through physical activity and they learn decimals through rhythm and rapping a song.
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QTS LITERACY Test 'Trainee Teachers' THE NOS 1 RESOURCE from MATS MATHS
 
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TIPS ON PASSING THE QTS SKILLS TEST | HELP & RESOURCES FOR TEACHER TRAINING
 
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RESOURCES LINKED BELOW! Some quick tips on passing the skills test for Literacy and Numeracy for Primary, Secondary, Early Years, SEN and Higher Learning Education. Department for education website: http://sta.education.gov.uk Literacy book resource: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Passing-Literacy-Skills-Test-Achieving/dp/1473913438/ref=sr_1_2?ie=UTF8&qid=1472764342&sr=8-2&keywords=qts+skills+test Numeracy Resources: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Pass-Numeracy-Skills-Test-Ease/dp/1519453280/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&qid=1472764342&sr=8-3&keywords=qts+skills+test Numeracy ready: http://www.numeracyready.co.uk GA Numerical: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQEK4k8M-Psjr02E0EDezcg Help, tips and resources for skills test
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Maths Vocabulary | Diamond Education Hub| Maths | Addition subtraction division | NQT
 
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#Teachingresources #nqt #pgce Diamond Education Hub Improving Children’s Life chances Through The development of Teaching Excellence. ©️Custom Made Resource Sample This Resource sample is part of the Diamond Education Hub Teacher's Toolkit series. This resource is available to purchase with supporting teaching documents. Don't forget to view our other videos NQT Series 💻Teaching Resources 💻Professional Development 💻Early Readers 💻Leadership Diamond Education Hub Improving Children’s Life chances Through The development of Teaching Excellence. ©️Custom Made Resource Sample Pinterest - Diamond Education Hub Ettienne Hub - SEND Intervention Consultancy Facebook : Diamond Education Hub Twitter: @Diamond_education_hub Instagram @diamond_education_hub LinkedIn @ Diamond Education Hub Thank you for watching 😊
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Teacher Math Lesson: Equivalent Fractions
 
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Equivalent Fractions are very important for lots of later mathematics, so it is important that primary / elementary teachers teach them well. Students should use pictures and physical models to get used to what equivalent fractions are, well before they learn algorithms to use on numerical symbols. ► SUBSCRIBE to learn more expert tips on teaching K-6 math for understanding: http://bit.ly/2a5pUkq Dr Peter Price has been teaching primary/elementary math for over 35 years, and is an expert in teaching children to understand the math they are learning, to develop problem solving abilities and fluency in mathematical thinking and understanding. ► FREE K-6 MATH RESOURCES - download a sample of our most popular resources for free: http://profpete.com/free-k-6-mathematics-resources/ ► INTERACTIVE K-6 MATH SOFTWARE - Professor Pete’s Gadgets will help your students to understand math, starting from the conceptual foundations: http://profpete.com/professor-petes-gadgets-home/ ► ASK DR PETE A QUESTION: http://profpete.com/contact-us/ ► CONNECT WITH PROFESSOR PETE’S CLASSROOM! -- https://www.facebook.com/ProfessorPetesClassroom/ -- https://twitter.com/Petes_Classroom -- https://au.pinterest.com/Petes_Classroom/
Views: 2740 Peter Price
Counting Numbers to 100 - Teaching Resource
 
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Click the link below to view this resource in full: http://www.teacher-of-primary.co.uk/counting-numbers-to-100-teaching-resources-927.html In ‘KS1 Maths Teaching Resources: Counting Numbers to 100’ pupils will learn how to count forwards to 100. The resource uses easy to understand English, attractive imagery and fun activities to help children develop their basic counting skills. As with all our resources, the KS1 Maths Teaching Resources: Counting Numbers to 100 PowerPoint is completely editable so that teachers can amend, modify and personalise it as much or as little as required.
What is Maths Mastery? - The Eleven Plus Tutors in Essex
 
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For more info on how maths is now being taught in our schools: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/teaching-for-mastery-in-primary-maths A Professional 11 Plus Tutoring Service, based in Chelmsford, Essex. Offering full preparation for 11 Plus Exams. http://11plustutorsinessex.co.uk
Project Maths - Teacher Workshop - Kildare Education Centre
 
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Here is a video of one of the Project Maths Development Team's Workshops, which took place in Kildare Education Centre. In this workshop the Regional Development Officer modelled an approach to the teaching and learning algebra using tables, graphs, words and formula. This workshop asked teachers to consider: "How can we increase students' understanding of algebra?" The approaches suggested in the workshop are challenging. The activities caused the teachers to rethink some fundamental beliefs about teaching and learning algebra. Algebra is a topic in mathematics that a lot of students have varying degrees of difficulty with. Traditionally it has been taught as a set of standard procedures that have to be covered with very little context or application. The methodologies modelled at this workshop were based on the Teaching and Learning Plan: Introduction to Patterns and on a resource Patterns: A Relations Approach to Algebra which are on the Project Maths website: www.projectmaths.ie. These resources have been tried and tested in the 24 project schools and the results have been very positive. . The teachers in the 24 project schools have given systematic feedback to the PMDT over the course of the last 3 years. Overwhelmingly they have reported that Project Maths has initiated the sharing of teaching ideas, knowledge and experience. Another finding is that the teachers have reported less reliance on the textbook but use it with other complimentary effective resources. For many teachers and students Project Maths will be a change in the way they teach and learn maths and initially this can be challenging. In time students will develop the ability to think critically and creatively and use mathematics to solve problems in mathematical contexts. As the workshops are unfolding and teachers are trying out new approaches in their classroom and while they may have been reluctant in the initial stages they are now fully committed and embracing the changes.
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Lesson observation: Year 2 Maths KS1 (excerpt)
 
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Lesson theme: Times tables See http://www.lessonsinobservation.com/ for more details and to purchase full lesson. The full lesson is available on Lessons in Observation: Primary Vol 5. This DVD was filmed in 2015 and features examples of teaching under the revised 2014 national curriculum. Supporting materials are provided which include lesson plans, pupil work, teacher and pupil reflections and guidance for using as a CPD resource.
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How to Teach Math as a Social Activity
 
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A master teacher in Anchorage, Alaska, establishes a cooperative-learning environment in an upper-elementary classroom. For more information and resources, visit http://www.edutopia.org
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Teachers TV: Independent Learning: KS1 Maths
 
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Teachers TV: Talk for Maths
 
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Algebra revision race: TES Maths Resource of the Week
 
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What is it? I love a relay race. Okay, it can become a little bit on the hectic side, but in my experience this is more than made up for by the fact that students seem to get through considerably more work than they would in a normal lesson. There is something about the increased levels of engagement and focus that such competition brings. And this relay activity is particularly impressive given that it covers most of the key algebra skills that students will need for their GCSEs. Throughout the 10 rounds we cover expanding brackets, factorising, substitution, solving linear equations and identifying expressions, equations and formula. The choice and progression through the questions is outstanding. Best of all the answers are also provided, saving us busy teachers a good amount of precious minutes. How can it be used? This activity is perfect for GCSE revision, but also more than suitable for younger year groups. The rounds increase in difficulty, so there is no problem chopping off a few of the later rounds if they prove too challenging. The author provides some really nice suggestions and variations for running this activity, and I can do little better than to share their thoughts: Depending on ability I give different guidance. For top groups I say how many are incorrect but do not identify which ones and for lower ability I point out the questions they need to work on. Makes for a very fun and competitive lesson. Feel free to make up your own rules to direct the game. I use time outs for cheating (or running!) and give a merit to the pair who has completed the most rounds. For some groups I create an accuracy prize as well so it's not all about speed. Thanks so much for sharing Craig Barton To access the resource and join in the discussion, or to view all the other Maths Resources of the Week in this series, just visit https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/blog/maths
Views: 522 TesWorld
Why maths? Secondary mathematics teacher
 
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Secondary mathematics teachers are in high demand. Matthew Gillam is a secondary Mathematics and Chemistry Teacher at Babinda State High School. Matthew studied Biochemistry at university before changing career paths to become a teacher after realising that he enjoyed tutoring maths more than working in a lab.
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Counting Numbers to 20 - Teaching Resource
 
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Follow the link below to view this resource in full: http://www.teacher-of-primary.co.uk/counting-numbers-to-20-teaching-resources-926.html In ‘KS1 Maths Teaching Resources: Counting Numbers to 20’ pupils will learn how to count forwards to 20. The resource uses easy to understand English, attractive imagery and fun activities to help children develop their basic counting skills. As with all our resources, the KS1 Maths Teaching Resources: Counting Numbers to 20 PowerPoint is completely editable so that teachers can amend, modify and personalise it as much or as little as required.
Teacher resource lab  build competencies in girls student to learn maths, science and language
 
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Language, science and math are necessary core academic competencies for all children. Research studies on student performance and competencies in the domains of language, math and science indicate that performance of children from municipal schools in all three domains are poor. Teacher Resource Lab (TRL) project an initiative of CARE India is presently being implemented in Uttar Pradesh through support from Oracle India. Two such resource labs have been readied and are offering support to teachers from 24 schools. The project is being implemented with the goal to “Improve competencies of girl students in the primary grades in the domains of language, science and mathematics in select clusters of Uttar Pradesh”.
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