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Some suggestions for teaching 6th form mathematics with a computer.

F. R. Watson

Some suggestions for teaching 6th form mathematics with a computer.

by F. R. Watson

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Published by [s.n.] in [Keele] .
Written in English


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SeriesKeele Mathematical Education Publications
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Open LibraryOL13771099M

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Some suggestions for teaching 6th form mathematics with a computer by F. R. Watson Download PDF EPUB FB2

One thought on “ Teaching the 6th Form – 7 Strategies to Improve Performance ” Helen Roberts Octo This is a really helpful post Neil, I’ve been teaching 6th form for 12 years now and never realised how much I’m taking for granted in terms of my expectations of the students.

Some suggestions for teaching 6th form mathematics with a computer: part 1 This item is one of o physical resources available from the Resources Collection. The Archive Collection covers over 50 years of curriculum development in the STEM subjects.

The program is very good and easy to navigate, so good in fact that my son started using it to bring his 6th grade math grade from a D to a B in less than 2 I am a 6th grade math teacher.

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When used appropriately, both content-specific and content-neutral technology can be effective in the math classroom. Research indicates that content-specific apps and websites that focus on math learning with the use of virtual manipulatives are highly effective, and in some cases more efficient than physical manipulatives.

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Love What You Do. You can give your best only if you truly love what you do. Kids get excited about math when they have to solve real-life problems. For instance, when teaching sixth graders how to determine area, present tasks related to a house redesign, suggests Fennell.

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What is 6th grade math all about. In sixth grade, students learn key concepts along the progression toward middle school algebra. Ratios and proportions emerges as a new domain of study, where students explore and reason with ratios and rates in order to solve problems.

Math class moves fast, teaching a new concept every day. What students do today builds towards tomorrow. Math punishes absences; to keep up, students have to make time to come back and learn what they missed.

So if there’s an optional appointment to be made, take care not to schedule it during math. Find a friend to be your study partner.

With that said, these lessons can easily be integrated into an existing curriculum Math curriculum for any grade. The lessons you see here were submitted by real teachers working in schools across the United States.

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Spice up those old book reports with some new, creative ideas. Education World presents 25 ideas for you to use or adapt. They can see each other on the computer, and virtual students can be pulled into the process as well.

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Here’s how it works: The teacher divides students into groups.