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Perhaps not for algebra beginners or aficionados but Graspable Math gives fluency and insight into a range of algebraic manipulations which may have eluded many students. Good for IWB perhaps or for a flipped classroom.
Graspable Math
Graspable Math
graspablemath.com

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Boys reading progress doubles when reading from digital devices.

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Challenging the assumption that the availability of big data in education will necessarily lead to improvements in teaching and learning.

Resources are available in English, Spanish and French.

As they state: "You’re not obligated to agree with everything we have produced but I hope you will join us in sharing these resources with your networks and having conversations about the vital global issue of our children’s education."


https://medium.com/learning-re-imagined/we-the-educators-a-personal-perspective-e03059dc6f79

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Professors from Carnegie Mellon University believe that, beyond 9th grade, schools should teach robotics, computational math, and computational art to nurture students to become computer scientists.

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We have a duty as a school to prepare children for their future and that includes digital learning. - Jayne Jeffers, School Principal

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