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Teachers TV- Teaching and Learning - EYFS Maths
 
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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: 531 AITSL
Teachers TV- Primary Maths - Numbers
 
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Teachers TV: Talk for Maths
 
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Teaching Multiplication of Fractions for 6th Graders : Math Concepts
 
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Subscribe Now: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=ehoweducation Watch More: http://www.youtube.com/ehoweducation Teaching multiplication of fractions for 6th graders requires you to start out by breaking fractions down into parts. Teach multiplication of fractions to 6th graders with help from a professional private tutor in this free video clip. Expert: Rachel Kaplove Filmmaker: Alexis Guerreros Series Description: Becoming successful in math isn't as much about memorizing formulas as it is about understanding concepts. Learn about math concepts with help from an experienced mathematics educator in this free video series.
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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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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
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: 122178 Zakir Naikwadi
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: 77823 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
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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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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: 479 Teaching Ideas
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
Views: 13 Josef Farnadis
QTS LITERACY Test 'Trainee Teachers' THE NOS 1 RESOURCE from MATS MATHS
 
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***CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW*** FREE - MENTAL ARITHMETIC VIDEO: http://oakmontlearning.yolasite.com FREE - CALCULATOR VIDEOC: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oqD7FGk0in4 I have over 300 subscribers, nearly 100,000 views between my 3 videos and outstanding feedback on both YouTube & eBay. BE WARNED OF PEOPLE TRYING TO IMITATE THESE RESOURCES (i.e. CD's & DVD's) I AM THE ORIGINAL & NUMBER 1 SUPPLIER OF QTS RESOURCES helping thousands of Trainee Teachers get on the course of their choice.
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The Shanghai Maths Project: Pupil Resources
 
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Amanda Simpson (Series Editor of The Shanghai Maths Project Teacher's Guides, Learner Books and Homework Guides) and Laura Clarke (Co-author of The Shanghai Maths Project Teacher's Guides and Learner Books) discuss the Pupil Resources available as part of The Shanghai Maths Project. Based on maths teaching in Shanghai, The Shanghai Maths Project provides complete coverage of the maths curriculum for England. The Pupil Resources have been translated and adapted from the bestselling Shanghai Maths programme, One Lesson, One Exercise, which has been used in Shanghai schools for the last 24 years. Discover more at www.collins.co.uk/ShanghaiMaths
Views: 480 Collins
GURUKULAM (MAINS) || Maths - Learning Resources & Teaching Aids || LIVE SESSION With Suresh
 
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SoFTNET MANA TV GURUKULA UDYOGA GUIDE Coaching Class on GURUKULAM (MAINS)|| Maths Pedagogy - Learning Resources & Teaching Aids || LIVE SESSION With P.Suresh Subscribe: https://www.youtube.com/softnetmanatv Watch On: https://www.youtube.com/softnetmanatv/live.
Views: 13167 T-SAT Network
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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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: 95 TesWorld
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: 3056 SparkyTeaching
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”.
Views: 481 CARE India
Daily maths practice: TES Maths Resource of the Week
 
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What is it? Yet another dip into the wonderful world of resources created by primary teachers, which has proved so fruitful this year to find quality activities I can use with my secondary school students. This one is a classic. For me, the start of the lesson is absolutely crucial. For too long in my career precious minutes were lost to taking in the register, collecting in homework, or making sure Josh had a pen. These minutes add up over the course of a week, term or year. A good starter activity, ready and waiting for students when they arrive can solve all this. Better still, if the questions are designed to revise key skills that are the fundamental underpinnings to many different areas of maths, then you essentially get three benefits for the price of one: a focussed start to the lesson; revision of key concepts; and the benefits of the Spacing Effect (link to: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/blog/tes-maths-pedagogy-place-spacing) . This resource is exactly what I have been crying out for. How can it be used? This series of daily practice questions cover the four operations, fractions, place value, powers, simple algebra, unit conversions, and more. They can be printed out and left of students’ desks as they enter the room, or simply projected on the board to save paper and protect that precious photocopying budget. The author has written a really useful blog post explaining how to get the most out of these resources. I particularly enjoyed the part about going through the answers: After the 5 minutes, I will go through the answers immediately with them. I won’t go through the methods for all the questions; I often have the answers to 4 of them ready on the IWB to show them straight away. This will obviously rotate throughout the week – Monday I might go through addition/BIDMAS/dividing by 100/division, Tuesday: multiplication/BIDMAS/subtraction/addition of fractions etc. This keeps the time down and keeps it a little bit fresh each day. My feedback is never teaching them new skills; you can’t possibly do it in the time and you won’t do it justice, hence only stick with what they (should) know. I don’t take results in or anything as it’s important to make the children aware it’s not a test! This is a super resource that I will enjoying using with my Year 7s next year. 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: 250 TesWorld
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: 2995 Whizz Education
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: 90 Hope Education
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: 1662 AITSL
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: 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: 343 CPD College
The Best Resource Room Ever.. You can take so many ideas to make TLM from this
 
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A video of a resource room in a primary school.. This room is filled with useful Teaching Learning Material (T.L.M.) eg- reading corner, students section, multi purpose charts, games, hands on material, puppet box for story telling, height chart, puppets, models and lots more stuff.
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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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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: 500 TesWorld
Mr Barton Maths YouTube Trailer
 
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My website is: http://www.mrbartonmaths.com/ GCSE Maths Question of the Week is: http://mrbartonmaths.com/students/gcse/question-of-the-week/ TES Maths Blog is: https://www.tes.com/teaching-resources/blog/maths Diagnostic Question is: https://diagnosticquestions.com/ My Diagnositc Questions Help Videos: http://mrbartonmaths.com/teachers/diagnostic-questions-help-videos/
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Maths Problem of the Day: TES Maths Resource of the Week
 
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What is it? This year on Resource of the Week I have been making a conscious effort to dip into the wonderful world of primary maths resources - and I am so glad I have, because I have uncovered some classics that have gone down a storm with my Key Stage 3 and even Key Stage 4 students. Take this incredible resource, for example. It is the complete collection of the daily problems White Rose Maths shared with teachers in the build up to the 2017 Key Stage 2 SATs. The problems come complete with teacher notes and answers, they are beautifully presented, they cover a wide range of topics, and the quality of them is superb. What is not to like? How can it be used? Regular exposure to unvoential problems (problems in context, questions asked in a weird way, problems that combine more than one topic, etc) is crucial to develop students’ confidence and ability to tackle them. Hence, this lovely selection could be used regularly with Year 7 and 8 classes. There are enough questions here to use a couple of times a week and last the full year. They could be used a starters, or included on homeworks or low-stakes quizzes. Students could first tackle them on their own, and then share their strategies and ideas with their classmates. They could also form part of a whole-schools Problem of the Week, and be stuck on a noticeboard in the maths corridor to encourage discussion of mathematics outside of lessons. However you choose to use these problems, I strongly encourage you to use them, as they are brilliant. 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: 264 TesWorld
Open Educational Resources - Free Homeschool Resources - Play Doh Educational Uses - KS1 Maths
 
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Are you searching for new educational resources to use with your kids at home to support in their learning process? LearningMole is the right place for you if this support will fall into science, math, crafts or even cooking because Michelle helps with these four fields. This video falls in the math category and it makes the process of knowing the numbers and knowing how to count much more easier and more interesting for the kids, why? Because Michelle uses play-doh and Lego to give the kids the motivation they need. In this video Michelle is teaching Aaron to know how to count and she chose number "4" to let him do it. The duty on Aaron now is to use the play doh and the Lego part in order to count "4", this happens through using the Lego piece and stamping the play doh with it. This is one good and useful way for the kids because they should first know and identify the number you are holding for them and then let them show you how would they count - it showed to be a successful technique when used with Aaron. What makes the process of learning much easier are those educational resources which the parents choose to support their kids in the homeschooling part of their learning, which also comes after those resources and teaching techniques and ways used by the teachers in the schools. The kids at the very early age might be more attached to playing and that should let the teachers and parents pay attention to two important things: first of all, they should choose the toys and games which the kids will play with so that they could help with their thinking and let them exert some effort in doing so and second, they should try to use those games in the learning process when its time comes, which was exactly the same thing Michelle did in this lesson. Lego is known to be one of the good toys to choose for the kids because it gives them the chance to think while trying to build something and this is the reason why Michelle motivated her son Aaron to do this counting and stamping thing with using both the Lego part and the play doh. The play doh is also another useful playing method because kids could also make shapes and build things out of it so they could also get the chance to think for a little bit. Through our channel, you will find different lessons about math; there are those for addition, those for subtraction, multiplication, division and you will find lots of ways used in every single one of them; those with toys and those without toys. The links that you could check - of course according to the age of your kid - which are related to math include the mental math tricks and games for the KS2 kids (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PYvf790iHUc), there are also those math tricks which could be played through using puzzles (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1A46EPLmca4), we also have the mental math addition games with using the different strategies that will give the mind the chance to think and solve the problems (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zWE2AzEsgU4), there are the subtraction games for kids which are done through using play doh (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tw91epryD28), Michelle also used the math tricks for counting and matching which she has also done with using play doh (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gig9xaA5Bzk). There are lots of videos on our channel here which are related to math and the magic tricks that could be done with the mind to help it solve the problems, you could check them all on the different playlists which we have on the channel. Homeschooling and the support that the parents tend to offer to their kids to help with their learning process is very important and in order to answer the "how to" questions which are always asked by the parents who do not know what kind of resources they are supposed to follow, we decided to bring this channel to life and give them the help they are in need for in the four different fields we have mentioned above: math, science, crafts and cooking. If you have any questions which you want to ask then please do and we would be very pleased to answer them all without any hesitation! Visit www.learningmole.com for more educational lessons and videos in Maths, English, Crafts and Cooking. LearningMole focuses on educating children of all ages. We offer advice and practical, interactive ideas to help parents challenge, homeschool, teach and develop their children’s skills at home. Help your child to explore the key concepts of number, counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division in Maths. Spelling, reading, writing and grammar in English. Help them to develop their imagination and creativity with crafts and to explore a range of skills to cook, bake and create tasty treats and snacks. Easy to follow activities will support you and your child to learn and practice new concepts as well as enjoy spending time together. Help your child to progress and explore and most importantly - have fun!
Views: 5454 LearningMole
Teachers TV- Primary Maths - Measures
 
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Teach for understanding: TES Maths Resource of the Week
 
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What is it? I dread to think how many department meetings I have say through over the course of the last 13 years, and likewise what proportion of that time has been spent doing painful admin - filling out forms, checking dates, writing predictions, etc. Bringing meaningful, effective CPD into such meetings can be a tricky business, but this lovely resource offers one possibility. It is called “Teaching for Understanding”, and its stated aim is to encourage discussion amongst maths teachers about how to teach for understanding instead of tricks. A variety of topics are presented, including fractions, indices and negative numbers, and teachers are challenged to write down: 1. The method - the basic approach 2. The understanding - why does the method work? 3. The bigger picture - how and where does this topic fit in the real world application? How can it be used? I am a great believer in the power of habit. Too many times I have seen a good teaching idea, hammered it to death for a couple of weeks, and then never returned to it. Students only really see the benefit once something become habitual. I believe the same is also true for something like this resource. Use it once in a departmental meeting, and you are unlikely to see much long-term benefit.; However, make this a regular part of meetings - it should only take around 10 minutes to fill-in and discuss once colleagues are used to how it works - and the benefits could be significant. It is an opportunity for colleagues of all experiences and backgrounds to share their knowledge, expertise and opinions in a positive, structured way,. And it is fascinating to see the different approaches.I highly recommend giving it a try. 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: 160 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.
Views: 586 [email protected]
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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TES Maths Podcast
 
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http://www.tes.co.uk/mypublicprofile.aspx?uc=2555206 Secondary maths teaching resources podcast by TES Maths http://www.tes.co.uk/maths-secondary-teaching-resources/ The TES_Maths account is run by Secondary Maths Adviser, Craig Barton. The aim is to showcase some of the very best resources that have been uploaded to TES, by the kind, generous and ridiculously talented users of the website. Here you will find regular features such as WebWhizz videos and Resources of the Week, as well as occasional special treats! In addition, and brand new for the 2012/13 year, we have the TES Maths Podcast, recorded once a month featuring a special guest and lots of discussion about resources, ideas and all the big issues affecting maths teaching. Be sure to follow me on Twitter @TESMaths for the latest updates! https://twitter.com/tesMaths
Views: 396 TesWorld
Counting Numbers to 10 - 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-10-teaching-resources-925.html In ‘KS1 Maths Teaching Resources: Counting Numbers to 10’ pupils will learn how to count forwards to 10. The resource uses easy to understand English, engaging imagery and enjoyable activities to help children develop their basic counting skills. As with all our resources, the KS1 Maths Teaching Resources: Counting Numbers to 10 PowerPoint is completely editable so that teachers can amend, modify and personalise it as much or as little as required.
Lesson observation: Year 5 Maths KS2 (excerpt)
 
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Lesson theme: Calculating angles on a straight line. See http://www.lessonsinobservation.com/ for more details and to purchase. The full lesson is available on Lessons in Observation: Primary Vol IV. All of our DVDs include pause points with prompt questions written by inspectors trained in the latest Ofsted framework. 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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