In summary: The 5E Model is a constructivist science learning method involving 5 key phases: Engagement, Exploration, Explanation, Elaboration and Evaluation. Here's what you need to know about the 5E Model of instruction - what the phases are, their desired outcomes, and what it looks
Online safety (also known as e-safety) is a new normal in children's education. For it to be effective, it's important for school communities - teachers, parents and students - to have a good understanding of what it is and what can be done.
A snapshot of Australian student literacy Australian student literacy has been in sharp decline since 2000 - we look at the reasons why and what we can do about it. We’re in the age of information, where the ebb and flow of the
Let's talk Pi (π) 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. Did you know that the number Pi (π) is a mathematical constant whose value is the ratio
Mathletics is a valuable learning resource and an engaging online platform that can beneficially support prep students in their educational journey. Mathletics is the world’s leading online numeracy resource, helping students to love learning and achieve greater results through engaging contact that perfectly
We warmly welcome Belinda Piggott to the Mathletics community as a Lead Educator I am a teacher at the Capricornia School of Distance Education. I have been at this school for 8 years. The school has a dynamic community. I am currently teaching Year
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
Student Learning in Mathematics - SLIM Conference 2014 Hosted by Varsity College in Varsity Lakes, QLD, the SLIM Conference 2014 focuses on students learning in new and engaging ways through the use of 21st Century skills. Delegates from Upper Primary through to Senior Secondary will
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
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.
Mathletics Certification - teachers spread the word When we asked Mathletics teachers to tell us how they would let their colleagues know about Mathletics Teacher Certification, boy they didn’t disappoint! The creativity and willingness to collaborate stands out. Check out some of their ideas and
Eeeeexcellent Smithers! Student recognition takes places in creative ways across our schools. Helen Wilson and Michael Odbert's class at Launceston Church Grammar takes it to the next level! Tell us the Mathletics motivators you have for students in your class. Simon "Monty" Haberle,
Roger Tattersall, St Patrick's College, Tasmania St Patrick's College celebrates second Mathletics Lead Educator! Roger Tattersall has been employed at St Patrick's College since 2010. His teaching specialisation is Mathematics across Middle, Secondary and Senior Secondary year levels. Roger has held the
Debbie Reinholtd shares her passion for mathematics with Fleetwood PS Debbie Reinholdt, Fleetwood PS, VIC Debbie is a dynamic, motivated primary teacher bringing a strong passion for mathematics to her role as the Numeracy Coordinator at Fleetwood Primary School in Victoria. Debbie
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