Why Mathletics can be your teaching resource

Using Results · Use Results daily/weekly to set tasks, view attainment results and differentiate work for individuals or your full class. · View examples of the student activity using the drop down menu in the ‘Action bar’ to ensure it meets your requirements. · Aim to have every score 85% or better – those students not

Amanda Attwal from Sherwood SS in QLD leads the way

Making a difference - Amanda Attwal Mathletics Lead Educator Amanda Attwal, Mathletics Lead Educator Amanda Attwal is a Grade 2 teacher in Brisbane who has been teaching for 4 years. “I love using Mathletics in my classroom as it makes my life a lot easier in regards to planning and finding valuable resources.

Congratulations Challenge Winners: Mathletics Teacher Certification

And the winners are... 500 Mathletics teacher certificates have been issued in the Certification Challenge Recently teachers were invited to complete one, two or three levels of Mathletics Certification – each level awarding PD hours and a chance to go into the draw to win one of two Samsung Tab 3 8.0.   Aussie teachers have

Teaching in the Spotlight: Mathletics @ Coomera Rivers SS

Students at Coomera Rivers SS are pure gold! Principal Vic Graham, Deputy Principal Wendy Artz and students at Coomera Rivers SS, Qld In recognition of the outstanding results attained this year by the students at Coomera Rivers State School, Jenny Fahey from Mathletics was invited to attend their Junior Assembly for Gold Certificate

TIPS: Developing fluency in Mathletics

Tips for Mathletics activities Suggest students repeat an activity three times to ensure consolidation of concepts, improved understanding and fluency.  This is important even if students achieved mastery first time because they will receive fresh questions that are often adaptive. Recommend students access Easier activities within their course to build fluency before tackling their

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Teaching and Learning with Mathletics

Tips to help you with Mathletics In Results, set tasks for students to provide an in-class focus and to support your lesson. Do be mindful not to overload your students though. Improve individual and class results by resetting activities to move students towards mastery. These ideas are just some of the great teacher

Teaching and Learning with Mathletics

Mathletics Teacher console As a teacher, Mathletics will develop your students as learners and ensure they achieve the best results possible.  Mathletics is well suited to a range of teaching and learning strategies, for example, group work, whole class teaching, peer teaching, collaborative learning and individual study. Use Support in Teacher Demonstration as an

How to develop fluency using Live Mathletics

Tips to develop fluency using Mathletics The Australian Maths Syllabus requires fluency, as one of the four proficiency strands, to be addressed when exploring and developing the content from the three content strands.  Nicola Herringer, our Mathletics Primary Publisher, explains that procedural fluency is the ‘ability to carry out procedures flexibly and accurately where factual

More Teaching and Learning with Mathletics

Mathletics Teacher Console tips Our teachers tell us that by using a range of Mathletics resources and strategies, they succeed in developing independent learners.  And all these resources can be found in your Teacher Console! Ensure your students are working on activities that support your teaching program by using Results to focus their attention. Group your students

Teaching and Learning with Mathletics – Access your Teacher Console

Tips for the Mathletics Teacher Console Accessing your Mathletics Teacher console will enrich learning for your students!  First up you’ll need to make sure you have your teacher code, so be sure to obtain yours from your Mathletics Coordinator or Contact Us now. The Mathletics Teacher console provides multiple tools and is a highly beneficial

How can Live Mathletics improve fluency and learning?

Live Mathletics makes practising procedural fluency both fun and effective. Recommend your students go for accuracy as well as speed For group/whole class teaching access Live Mathletics in Teacher Demonstration on your IWB and compete against your students. Encourage students to go for Human Calculator status in each level. Model and teach number strategies by

More ideas to keep your students engaged with Live Mathletics?

Live Mathletics has ten levels of questions from the basic arithmetic of Level 1 up to real brain busters at Level 10. Remind your students to target their bonus levels in Live Mathletics – they’ll extend their ability plus earn double points! Take the opportunity to recognise students who achieve Human Calculator status in

Mathletics: an opportunity for Teaching and Learning

The Mathletics Teacher Console provides the opportunity!   Print a worksheet from eBooks to support your teaching of a concept – ideal in group rotations or create a custom workbook to cater for individual needs When teaching new concepts, project the interactives within eBooks on your IWB to visually support students and engage a classroom discussion.   See these

The Global Teacher

What type of teacher are you? Our world is becoming increasingly connected, thanks to the efforts of technology, which has allowed individuals to share purpose, ideologies and even start movements. We are becoming global citizens where access to information allows us to care and have an impact around issues of politics, global economic conditions, global

Introducing Mathletics

Click here to register to attend this webinar Teacher and Student Console Overview Introducing Mathletics will provide a brief introduction to functions within the Teacher and Student Consoles. Duration: 30 minutes Teacher Console - Creating Groups Teacher Console - Assigning Tasks Student Console - Course Activities Student Console - Live Mathletics Fluency For more information or to

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