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Freudenthal Institute

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Created on 21 June 2006 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 01 September 2007 by ncetm_administrator

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WisWeb is the website of the Freudenthal Institute for secondary education (students of 12 to 18 years old). The main focus of the site are applets; small computer programs that run over the internet.

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10 October 2006 23:46
I am always interested in how such resources are actually being used in the classroom and in the context of a lesson.

You will find a lesson that utilises the houses applet in the DfES Standards Unit resource 'Improving Learning in Mathematics'

If any of you out there have other lessons built around Freudenthal aplllets perhaps you could post them to stimulate debate about how best to use such programs.
By Francisbove
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07 September 2006 09:46
I really liked building houses - pupils would really like this one - where did you find rotating houses and painting houses? I couldn't find it easily and some clues about the path needed to get there would help. Thanks
By HeatherNorth
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29 June 2006 17:16
Have a look at the "building houses", "rotating houses" and "painting houses"
By Deep_Blue_C
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