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As the Bell Goes: Audio Reflections - Kinaesthetics maths


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Created on 07 January 2009 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 14 May 2010 by ncetm_administrator

As the bell goes: Audio reflections
 
 

Teacher - Nat Parnell

Audio Reflection - Kinaesthetic maths

Description Nat describes his kinaesthetic approach to teaching the shape of straight line and other graphs.
Sector Secondary

 
Download the source file of the audio here (in mp3 format)
 
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Describe Mean Average
 
Foundation Higher Quandary
 
Fractions Sidecar Analogy
 
Good Old Repeated Addition
 
Marks Available for No Maths
 
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Student Comments
 
Timed Targets
 
Use of DGS Parallel Lines
 
Voting
 
 
 

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19 September 2009 18:44
Top heavy fractions?

Is that a bit like having 3 50 pence pieces? You want to count it as 1.50,or one whole pound and a 50 pence piece remainder?
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