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Looking at mathematics teaching and learning with projection technology.


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Last updated 14 December 2007 by ncetm_administrator

This is a unique new multimedia resource from the T-MEDIA Project  team at Cambridge University, working in collaboration with  secondary subject teachers to analyse classroom practice  incorporating the use of ICT. 

The six lesson sequence aims to give  students an understanding of straight-line graphs and mathematical  enquiry, using a range of interactive technologies to support their  learning. The resource offers built-in professional development  activities to stimulate debate about effective pedagogy and technology use.

Click here to find out more.

The same team has also produced a cross-subject resource on the use of ICT in the classroom.

Click here to view this.

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