MLE Brian Host at EduTECH 2015 EduTech Day 1 Takeaways I love the ability of educators to connect and the power of this has been shown today at EduTech Australia. Previously working in other field speakers were often distant and untouchable;
With the end of the school year drawing to a close, teachers and students alike are looking forward to the long, beautiful summer days free of responsibilities and the rigors of learning. Before you put away your pencils and calculators in favor of sunglasses
If you are looking for a reliable GPS system you have come to the right place! No, not a Global Positioning System. You won't find any programmed destination points, live traffic information or automatic re-routing here! We're talking about a trusted Grammar, Punctuation and
"This program is a fabulous pathway for educators to become equipped to support their students learning in increasingly engaging game based learning." It has allowed my class to desire to succeed. Their goal has been to all get certificates each week and collectively motivate
We are proud to introduce Brian Host who is NSW’s first Mathletics Lead Educator. Brian is a Classroom teacher and ICT Integrator at Inaburra School and has successfully completed all three levels of the Certification Pathway. In completing Certificate Levels 1 and 2, Brian
If your students feel a little uneasy about the upcoming NAPLAN literacy tests, Reading Eggs can be a great way to settle the nerves and familiarise students with related content. It is important to remember that the NAPLAN tests are designed to be
March 14th is Pi Day! Happy 3.14159265359 Day! That’s right, the 14 March is the annual worldwide celebration of Pi. Pi is represented by the Greek symbol π. The number Pi (π) is a mathematical constant whose value is the ratio of any circle
3P Learning's flagship resource Mathletics is no stranger to receiving awards, and now has two more very prestigious trophies to add to the collection. Great news! 3P Learning resources were shortlisted for no fewer than four separate awards at the BETT Awards 2015, the Oscars of the education world.
Learning how to spell can be a frustrating experience for students. Spellodrome combines an engaging interface with fun learning activities in an online platform to develop motivated and reflective learners. The expansive bank of diagnostic reports and teaching resources are specifically designed
Targeting your students' learning gaps just got a whole lot easier. The Reports area of the Mathletics Teacher Console is a hugely popular tool, we regularly receive great feedback about it from our global teacher community. We also listen to all the things teachers tell
Now take your Mathletics on a world tour... The Mathletics Student Console is your space, and you can make it look however you like. From today, a brand new set of themes is available to select and change the look of your page. We
Even though the AFL Maths Challenge has finished, the celebrations continue! This time we visit the enthusiastic learners at St John Bosco School, where the teachers and students have gotten right behind the event and reaped the rewards of all their work! Above, the Year
Dan Haesler unlocks the power of the blog Dan Haesler discusses how to enhance teaching and learning through blogs and discusses three key types: teachers' professional blogs, classroom blogs and individual student blogs. Dan tells us why and how to access this powerful
Did you know that Mathletics contains over 1200 individual curriculum activities across all year/grade levels? That's a HUGE number of targeted, adaptive learning and support resources covering the many areas of the curriculum. However Mathletics is not just about practice activities - the program also contains
Oliver's Golden Smile says it all! Oliver Goodger, Yr 3 Brighton Grammar, VIC My name is Oliver Goodger and I am in grade 3 at Brighton Grammar. I love Mathletics because it help me learn maths and it is heaps of fun.