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Create digital notebooks to support high quality teaching and learning, as well as real time collaboration. Click here for guidance on how to use OneNote with your pupils and colleagues.
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TEDEd is a collection of video and animation resources to help teachers deliver interesting and informative lessons. The idea behind TedEd is that teachers can take the best of YouTube or create their own videos then flip them, which means adding titles, directions, questions and links to other resources.
Susan Ronnie, a teacher at Kirklandneuk Primary in Renfrew, has created and excellent list of online resources to help deliver maths and numeracy. Resources are linked to the Experiences and Outcomes. Click here to visit Susan’s site on Delicious.com.
If the above link does not lead you to the site, visit delicious.com and type @renfrewshiremaths into the search box.
NRICH is an on-line resource, based at the University of Cambridge, that promotes the learning of mathematics through problem solving. The resources are particularly useful for providing the more able pupils with appropriate challenge in maths.
Click here to visit the website.