Explore Lessons by Mathletics…
Mathletics is a learning program that helps students develop and improve their mathematics skills in an engaging and fun environment. Mathletics supports teachers as educational leaders to encourage this environment in the classroom. The Mathletics Teacher Console provides multiple tools, including a Lessons function. This function fosters the opportunity for teachers to create a completely bespoke lesson suited to their students. These lessons are perfect for one-to-one teaching or Interactive Whiteboard use. It is also a great way to get students involved in a collaborative learning environment. These custom lessons can be shared and edited by other teachers.
By creating and building lesson plans from scratch, teachers can specifically tailor the lesson to the needs and requirements of their students. This function allows the teacher to enter a specific topic in the search bar and produce a comprehensive list of results. This comprehensive list is not limited to a specific years curriculum, rather incorporates all relevant content. Therefore, allowing teachers to access all areas of Mathletics.
The results from the search will be displayed under four key headings; activities, eBooks, interactive and videos. Having the results displayed in these subgroups provides key benefits for teachers, including the option to view and print off topic guides, select particular topics within a chapter, preview activities, set workbook tasks, print off eBooks and incorporate videos. Consequently, teachers can create a rich multimedia lesson plan.
Creating a lesson is simple! Teachers need to follow four easy steps:
- Select Lessons in the Teachers Console
- Use the search fields at the top of the screen to explore all related content within Mathletics – for example, “equations”
- Simply drag and drop your selected items into the Lesson Timeline. Use the drag and drop method to rearrange the order of your lesson, or click individual components to delete.
- Once you have created a Lesson, click play and the lesson will open in a new browser tab.