View information, snapshots of learning, video, and resources that show how schools are using technologies to support collaboration, personalising learning, and authentic learning experiences within the mathematics and statistics learning area.
Donna Smith teacher of maths at St Hilda's Collegiate, describes how her students use blogs to reflect on their learning in mathematics, which gives her the flexibility to be more responsive to their learning needs.
Students at Tauranga Primary School used iPads to consolidate their knowledge base, and reinforce learning intentions.
Student ownership of learning at Fairfield Intermediate School in Hamilton was supported through MyPortfolio.
Students at Stanley Avenue School in Te Aroha were empowered to take increased responsibility for developing their personal fitness using the utility application SportyPal.
Students at Weymouth Primary School in Auckland deepened their understanding of mathematical strategies through YouTube.
Students at Panmure Bridge School in Auckland improved their problem solving skills and mathematical knowledge through the use of Google Forms.
Students used software to support formative assessment in mathematics.
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St Hilda's Collegiate teacher, Donna Smith describes how the 1-1 laptop programme, along with using e-portfolios, gives her flexibility to be more responsive to the learning needs of the students, and enhances her ability to support student learning.
Wellington High School teacher, Ben Britton describes the differences and opportunities to planning and teaching as a result of using online resources and students bringing their own devices.
Tamaki College maths teacher, Noelene Dunn has set up a Google site for her students to support a flexible and inclusive approach to learning. She and her students explain how they use it.
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A resource to support students develop a sound knowledge and understanding of place value, fractions, algebra and basic facts via a pathway of interactive learning modules (e-ako).
Integrating language and learning work
The Making Language and Learning Work DVDs demonstrate how to effectively integrate content-area teaching and language learning in mainstream subject classrooms for students from diverse language backgrounds. They show how to integrate effective literacy strategies, and how a range of teachers in different subject areas scaffold language and content area learning.
Digital learning objects are specifically designed to engage and motivate student learning in mathematics.
Rich learning activities support teachers of year 9 and 10 students to explore the achievement objectives from level 5 of the New Zealand Curriculum.
The Assessment Resource Banks (ARBs) include a collection of mathematics assessment resources for levels two to five. They are intended for assessment within New Zealand classrooms and include tasks for students and a teacher information page. Many of the resources include formative assessment support for teachers and students. Tasks can be selected for a specific learning objective.
Learning progressions App
This free application will help you use the learning progressions frameworks to support teaching and learning. Available from iTunes.
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