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Best tips for helping your child with math!

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Best tips for helping your child with math Doing math homework is sometimes challenging not only for children but for their parents as well. However, if a child asks us for help, we must respond. How can you help if

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5 Reasons to Learn Java in school and Why It Rocks!

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5 Reasons to Learn Java and Why It Rocks Are you dreaming to have a successful career in IT and wondering which programming language is the best to start with? Learning to program opens up endless opportunities, and there are

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How you can find a cheap online content writer

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How you can find a cheap online content writer In this modern age, it is very essential to find a qualified and knowledgeful online cheap article writers that make an excellent quality article by using proper grammar rules and following

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Differentiated Instruction in the Math Classroom

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Differentiated Instruction in the Math Classroom Differentiating in the math classroom is a must for teachers who want to engage their students and shift math learning from passive to active.  Gone are the days where the math teacher worked problems

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Financial aid shouldn’t be based on income!

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Financial aid shouldn’t be based on income Many schoolchildren heard from their peers or teachers that it is possible to study free of charge at a prestigious university and, at the same time, to receive money. But for the most

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Using Tech in the Math Classroom with Study.com

Using Tech in the Math Classroom with Study.com Teaching math calls to mind college-ruled notebooks filled with numbers, symbols, and problem sets copied from a textbook. Math is often seen as a formulaic subject that requires memorization of certain concepts

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Teaching Algebra from Primary to Secondary

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#teammagicaleducator @MrLsMathsApps Algebra from Primary to Secondary In the new (well it’s been taught for a few years now) primary curriculum for maths there was an interesting new addition: Algebra. In the past, I have taught it to those higher

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How can you make Maths engaging?

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#teammagicaleducator ashleym.94 How can you make Maths engaging? In my experience maths is a subject that people either love or hate, personally I love maths. I love manipulating numbers, finding answers and having that feeling that I ‘know’ something. A lot

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Who is the Secret Walker in your classroom?

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#teammagicaleducator @samschoolstuff Who is the Secret Walker in your classroom? Let’s get this straight from the start, what follows is not my original idea. Like most teachers, I consciously and unconsciously soak up ideas from colleagues, the internet and, well, anywhere

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How do you Make Effective Cross Curricular Links?

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#teammagicalmaths @PrimaryMathsRes How To Make Effective Cross-Curricular Links. The Cross Curricular Approach The phrase ‘Cross-Curricular’ is often used to describe an approach to lesson planning whereby links are made between subjects rather than segregating them entirely. It is understandable that when

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The wonderful world of writable surfaces!

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#teammagicaleducators @PaulWat5 The wonderful world for writable surfaces! Hi-tech isn’t always ICT based, sometimes it is a well thought out piece of design that transform a classroom. Writable surfaces are a must in every classroom as they engage the children

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Battle of the “Wrist Bands” ! A great way to engage your students in lesson!

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#teammagicaleducator @_Stacey_English Battle of the Wrist Bands! A great way to engage your students in lesson! “Not Animal Farm again.” “This novel is awful. “Why do we have to analyse language anyway.” Just a few statements from Year 11 class

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The secret behind Wellbeing Bags! #Teacher5aday

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#teammagicalmaths @MrMcLoughlin_PE The secret behind Wellbeing Bags! It was a gruelling first term at the British International School, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. It started during the rainy season in mid August and finished on 16th December. I am a PE

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Should we keep doing interventions?

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#teammagicalmaths @Burrows_Physics Should we keep doing interventions? OK so on first reading, the answer to this question is a fairly obvious yes. I find it strange that yes is my answer. I left school in 2008 and I had never

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