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In a post in September 2014, I wrote:
I must recommend the free samples from Bring On the Maths, the Core 3 activity – Logarithmic equations worked really well with my Year 13 class and next week I’ll use the C4 Binomial Expansion resource when we are talking about the validity of a given expansion. I have used the Trigonometric Ratios resource before – and will again; there are several other great resources in that list of samples – explore!
Free access is available to the complete set of these resources on the oldKangaroo Maths site. Log in with the user and password as above to access all the resources. This will give access to all the activities for students from Key Stage 2 right through to A Level – note that this being the old site, the resources are aligned to earlier schemes of learning…
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MEI’s fun and free summer challenge is back again this year.
To quote MEI
MEI’s fun and free summer challenge is back for 2020!
Our Calculator Crunch is a fun way to continue to engage Year 6s with maths whilst also developing their confidence with calculators, ready for maths at secondary school. The activities in the challenge provide extra practice for Year 6s and 7s in key areas of the maths curriculum.
Parents and carers can use the challenge activities with their children at home, and teachers can incorporate them into work they are setting for pupils either in school or remotely.
On each weekday from 15-25 June @MEIMaths will tweet a question for children to work on. Each question will involve using a calculator (basic or scientific) to solve an interesting problem. The problems are designed to deepen children’s mathematical thinking skills.
Teachers check the
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Pacific Institute for the Mathematical Sciences:
Math Science Music:
ESPN Sport Science:
Teach It Maths:
Math Factor Podcast:
NASA – Explore Space Through Math
Math in the Movies:
One of my friend shared this video link .It is pretty simple and easily approachable in finding factors where students struggle sometimes. https://youtu.be/ZBalWWHYFQc?list=PLqv4sKOD1bsUoSs-SbzlA2BE1tML4A33u
Click here to see the changes happening in IB Math from 2019 Sep.
Majority of people used to say technology.
Definitely it is not technology.
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It is officially 2018, everybody. 2018. Its almost too hard to believe this past year went by so quickly and, for many of us, torturously. For lots of you out in the world, the New Year brings in your second semester of the school year, and you are definitely not ready to go back if […]
[This is a teacher-learner’s reflection on a term “international-mindedness” and some epistemological engagement with an assigned reading for completing her IB educator certification course] In my first draft of teaching philosophy, which was completed as an initial exploration of the IB education, I illustrated my working understanding of “international-mindedness” (IM) with classroom experiences. I highlighted […]
On Tuesday 13th March 2018, Grade 10’s Personal Project Exhibition opened. The Personal Project is an independent research project that all students undertake as part of the IB MYP curriculum. Based on their own personal interests, their projects demonstrate creativity and organisation, and aim to fully embody the knowledge they have gained during their years […]
One of the goals for my MYP team at Qingdao Amerasia International School this year was to “regionalize” the IB MYP Standards and Practices. Simply put, this means to generate a series of exemplary resources that serve as guidelines for new and continuing teachers. These resources should inform readers about the learning spirit in the […]
by Ms. Alison Bainbridge – MYP Coordinator At the end of last year students in Grade 10 sat the MYP e-assessments. Congratulations to all those students who were engaged in the exams. QA Sidra performed very well in the English language assessments, the interdisciplinary learning assessment, and the portfolio subjects. Once again it was it […]
Caring: We show empathy, compassion, and respect. We have a commitment to service, and we act to make a positive difference in the lives of others and in the world around us. (MYP: From principles into practice, 2014) What stood out most to me as a new MYP teacher was firstly the connectedness of MYP teachers […]
Dear Students ,
Click here for IB HL Mathematics Past Papers.
In Cambridge Curriculum , the Advanced level (A level) is usually studied over a two-year period and is split into two parts — Advanced Subsidiary (AS level, year 12) and A2 (year 13). A student has to study both the levels to achieve a complete A level certificate.
International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations, which is an internationally recognized qualification for students in the 14-16 age group. “IGCSE is different from the GCSE in the sense that this is more attuned to the needs of the international community, it’s a modified English curriculum. GCSE has more UK specific topics for its examinations whereas IGCSE covers more international topics.
GCSE – Local schools in UK follows.
IGCSE – Followed internationally
Cambridge Curriculum or The National Curriculum of England is framed on the basis of four key stages —
key stage one: ages five to seven (years one to two)
key stage two: ages 7-11 (years three to six)
key stage three: ages 11-14 (years seven to nine)
key stage four: ages 14-16 (years 10-11)
Click here to reach interactive tool
Click here for Indices stuff.
Click here for Solving Inequalities with Unknowns on Both Sides
Dear Students ,
Click here to view Algebra – Expanding Single Brackets stuff where you can view ,even answers to cross check.
The statement ” y varies inversely as x means that when x increases,y decreases by the same factor. In other words, the expression xy is constant:
In a factory,men can do the job in days. How many days it will take if men do the same job?
Here, when the man power increases, they will need less thandays to complete the same job. So, this is an inverse variation.
The statement ” y varies directly as x ,” means that when x increases,y increases by the same factor. In other words, y and x always have the same ratio:
If a gallon of milk costs $3, and I buy 1 gallon, the total cost is $3. If I buy 10 gallons, the price is $30. In this example the total cost of milk and the number of gallons purchased are subject to direct variation — the ratio of the cost to the number of gallons is always 3.
Source link for the following key concepts.
When it comes to our students, what should we be collecting that we aren’t?
Developing 21st Century Learning and Teaching Skills from LooksteinVirtual
Source taken from: John Sole, Founder and CEO of Guerrilla Educators With one prominent exception, 21st century teaching and learning best practices are largely the same even if the century numbers are inverted. Sound, effective educational best practices in the 21st century share certain strategic, timeless characteristics. To that end, we have identified ten experience based […]
Hello, Monday! I’m still getting over a very inconvenient cold, so today will most likely be a VERY long day of school. But, I can’t imagine a better way to kick off this Monday than a new volume of Monday Must Reads. Each Monday, I post a quick recap of what awesome stuff the rest…