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John Evans

Free Technology for Teachers: Maths Frame - 170+ Free Math Games - 4 views

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    Maths Frame is a site that offers more than 170 mathematics games for elementary / primary school students. The games cover basic addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. On the site you'll also find some games for practicing recognition, probability, and scale reading. The games can be played without registering on the site. Some of the games are labeled as as "subscribers only." Those games marked as "subscribers only" are not free.
John Evans

iPads in Primary Education: Independent Learning using iPods in Maths (iPodagogy) - 5 views

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    "Since the beginning of September we have been trying to maximise the use of 1:1 iPods in year 6 in all areas of curriculum. The potential of enhancing teaching and learning in mathematics through the use of this technology has been particularly interesting. We have been developing the creative use of a range of Apps to support progress, engage children and add relevance to maths teaching with positive outcomes (10 Practical ways to use Apps in Maths) We have also explored a wide range of maths specific Apps which have helped pupils mainly in the areas of number fact and tables recall. (Apps for Maths) Recently we have extended the use of the iPods to allow them to support independent learning, and play a central role in effective formative assessment."
John Evans

Mark Anderson's Blog » So you want to support Maths learning with an iPad? - 5 views

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    "When thinking about using an iPad to support learning, it is important to remember that the iPad supports learning. It is not going to do the teaching for you."
John Evans

Apps in Education: Cool Games on the iPad for Learning Maths - 7 views

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    "Maths is one of the most fundamental skills that any child needs to succeed at school and life in general. Make the learning less of a chore by implementing gaming elements into the learning process. Lots of kids chose to play these games even knowing that they are maths based. That says something about the concept on which these types of games have been developed. See if any might be suitable for your class or perhaps just for one or two struggling students."
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Dimensions Home - 0 views

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    A walk through mathematics!

    A film for a wide audience!

    Nine chapters, two hours of maths, that take you gradually up to the fourth dimension. Mathematical vertigo guaranteed! Background information on every chapter: see "Details".
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