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Martin Burrett

Mathematics with a Twist by @RTBCoaching - 15 views

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    "I began my personal journey into the world of Cubing when I was attending Regis University in Denver, Colorado in 2009. My senior thesis project involved devising a cryptosystem using the Rubik's Cube to encode and decode messages. Although my involvement with the Rubik's Cube waned post-graduation, it was rekindled shortly after I became a secondary teacher of mathematics in 2014. I had several Rubik's Cubes in my possession from my college days and these decorated the shelves in my classroom. I recall these puzzles catching the eyes of many curious pupils. After months of traditional curriculum presentation, I determined that my students were in need of a novel lesson, one that would ignite a passion for problem-solving. This lesson would involve the colourful and alluring hexahedron puzzle on my desk: the Rubik's Cube."
Martin Burrett

Interactive Numicon - 32 views

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    "Interactive Numicon (100 baseboard) that you can use to demonstrate decimals to children."
Martin Burrett

Dodecahedron Template - 25 views

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    "Create a dodecahedron with pictures or text with this Powerpoint template. Use an a die to roll or as classroom display decoration."
Martin Burrett

Mr Carter Maths - 24 views

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    "An amazing collection of printable maths sheets, and questions/activities for the class whiteboard on a huge array of topics for all levels of schooling."
Martin Burrett

Moving towards mathematics mastery by @primaryreflect - 9 views

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    "In September we introduced the new curriculum across all subjects and all of our school. This was scaffolding using the Chris Quigley's Essentials materials, during the previous year we had used a numeracy curriculum created by teachers within the Deal Learning Alliance, which a great source and piece of collaborative work in its own right, held too many links back to APP statement and old national curriculum levels. As as school we were finding that the DLA maths document did not provide the scaffold for the raised expectations in mathematics primary curriculum, furthermore, the deeper into the curriculum we delved, the harder it seemed to make the teaching, learning and assessment work efficiently."
Martin Burrett

Self-concepts of ability in maths and reading predict later attainment - 13 views

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    "Educational and developmental psychologists have tried to understand how skills and motivation are linked to academic achievement. While research supports ties between individuals' concepts of their abilities and their achievement, we lack a complete picture of how these relations develop from childhood to adolescence. A new longitudinal study looked at how youths' self-concepts are linked to their actual academic achievement in maths and reading from middle childhood to adolescence. The study found that students' self-concepts of their abilities in these two academic domains play an important role in motivating their achievements over time and across levels of achievement."
Martin Burrett

Fogstone Isle - 22 views

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    "An online game where users use their knowledge of fractions to build structures to create a village."
Martin Burrett

If Technology Fails, Use Basic Math Skills - Count Manually!! by @johnkaiser13 - 15 views

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    "Technology has inevitably been inserted to nearly all aspects of our lives today. First and foremost, the use of computerised cash registers have been around for a few decades now. Trying to remember cash registers which operated without a digital display might be nearly impossible. The generation which might be able to do so has been replaced with a new generation who depend on technology to a large degree. The dependence on new technology is starting to 'show signs' of the effect of converting from our analogue counterparts. Below is an example that I recently experienced the effect of technology in a transaction at a doughnut shop."
Martin Burrett

Freddy's Fractions - 16 views

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    "This is a fun flash game where players help a turtle to swim and collect the correct equivalent fractions."
Martin Burrett

Resource: Pacman... more or less - 29 views

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    "A computer game themed resource to help pupils to practise using more or less symbols. Laminate to make the paper strip reusable. Use the included answer card to allow self and peer assessment."
Martin Burrett

Number Sense by @digicoled - 24 views

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    3 activities to support developing number sense with children. All can be used across KS1 or KS2 with differentiation and difficulty all adaptable by the teacher.
Chema Falcó

'Not a Math Person': How to Remove Obstacles to Learning Math | MindShift | KQED News - 36 views

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    La autoclasificación sobre si se es "bueno o malo" en matemáticas influye en el aprendizaje de esta área... ¡y eso se puede cambiar!
Martin Burrett

Maths learned best when children move - 25 views

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    "Children improve at maths when instruction engages their own bodies. This is one of the findings from a recent study coming from the University of Copenhagen's Department of Nutrition, Exercise and Sports. The results also document that children require individualised learning strategies."
Martin Burrett

Board Game by @ICTmagic - 64 views

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    "A fully customisable board game to print and use in your class. Edit the cards, squares, prices of square and money denotations."
Martin Burrett

Maths Oracy Mat by @snoopycmf - 22 views

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    "A talking mat to encourage reasoning in maths lessons through oracy. The mat features a range of sentence stems to guide children."
Martin Burrett

Imaginary Geometry - Kanizsa Figures by @CambridgeMaths - 32 views

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    "Italian psychologist Geatano Kanizsa first described this optical illusion in 1955 as a subjective or illusory contour illusion. The study of such optical illusions has led to an understanding of how the brain and eyes perceive optical information and has been used considerably by artists and designers alike. They show the power of human imagination in filling in the gaps to make implied constructions in our own minds. Kanizsa figures and similar illusions are a really useful way to encourage learners to 'say what they see' and to explain how they see it. It offers a chance for others to become aware of the different views available in a diagram and share their own thoughts without the 'danger' of being wrong; many people see different things."
Martin Burrett

Study finds cash and coins help engage primary maths students - 9 views

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    "Primary school students are more likely to understand and engage with maths if classes use real money and real-life projects, according to a Western Sydney University pilot study. The findings come as Australian students lag behind other countries in maths, with Year 4 students dropping from 18th to 28th out of 49 countries in year 4 maths in the latest Trends in International Mathematics and Science study."
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