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Henry Liebling

Maths Mastery: Evidence versus Spin | Gifted Phoenix - 1 views

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    Makes for troubled reading. Maths Mastery only achieving marginal gains. Not really a low cost option. The whole "Mastery" hype for maths dubious. NCETM needs a rethink for highly able pupils.
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jenniferbarnett - My Web Wardrobe - 0 views

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    "I think of the today's web 2.0 tools as a wardrobe for my class. A wardrobe is a collection of wearing apparel and accessories. My instructional wardrobe must consist only of those things that fit me and make me better as a teacher. I will share my wardrobe with you, but you must try on all sorts of outfits to see what fits you the best. "
Henry Liebling

Henry & Tony Learning Maths - 0 views

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    How to choose APPS for your class. Jasemine Allsop and Jennifer Barnett offer two routes with extensive choices across the curriculum.
Henry Liebling

Primary Maths - 1 views

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    Are you aware of this new resource base. Think you will need to register. Looks fairly comprehensive and is still building.
Henry Liebling

The National Curriculum for Mathematics - Resource Tool - NCETM - 0 views

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    A major new Primary Maths resource base for English National Curriculum for 2014 is being developed. Y1, 2, 5, & 6 are available. Yr4 being added as will Yr 3. Coherent and extensive materials including developing your own subject knowledge.
Henry Liebling

Visualisations of learning | JohnsBlog - 1 views

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    Overview of some learning theories and designs Kolb and on. Part of team running MOOCs.
Henry Liebling

Sugata Mitra: Build a School in the Cloud - YouTube - 0 views

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    Wonderful short video.
Henry Liebling

MESH Guides Mapping Educational Specialist knowHow - 0 views

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    "In some countries, policies aimed at improving the quality of education focus on new curricula or structures of schooling rather than more complex issues of learning and teaching. The Education Futures Collaboration (EFC) aims to address the latter."
Henry Liebling

Mathematics - 0 views

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    MESH guides nearing completion. Worth a look.
Henry Liebling

Underscore Life - 0 views

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    Life is an application to experiment with the wonderfully entertaining Conway's Game of Life.
Henry Liebling

BBC - CBeebies - Watch: Video clips for kids - 0 views

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    Superb source of videos for early years
Henry Liebling

MathSphere Free Graph Paper - 0 views

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    Excellent source of free graph paper templates to download and print out. Easy to use.
Henry Liebling

Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching - MEP(Primary) Probability Simulations - 0 views

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    "These Probability Simulations programs have been designed in order to allow teachers and students to simulate probability experiments over a long period of trials. " Y 5 and Y6 of MEP program.
Henry Liebling

Maths Cats Creative Exploration - 1 views

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    Extensive site. Well worth a visit.
Henry Liebling

CAS Online | Switched ON! Autumn 2013 - 0 views

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    "The latest edition of the CAS magazine, with a major focus on Primary schools. "
Henry Liebling

Abacus: For the new primary maths curriculum - YouTube - 0 views

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    Worth a look, 4 pillars and flexibility sounds hopeful. forward looking. Response to New Maths Curriculum.
Henry Liebling

Lego + Pi =... | What happens if you combine Lego and Raspberry Pi's… - 0 views

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    "What happens if you combine Lego and Raspberry Pi's…" Posted 22/5/2013 Shows the way things might go. Built for around £66
Henry Liebling

About TACCLE 2 | TACCLE 2 - 0 views

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    "engaging pupils in producing and publishing their own learning objects"
Henry Liebling

Working with schools and young people - WWF UK - 0 views

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    "Young people will shape the future of our world. They also have huge influence, here and now."
Henry Liebling

WEATHER - 0 views

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    Weather for kids. Lots of varied resources.
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