Tag Archives: maths

Technology Teachers And Myths, Teaching

off

TECHNOLOGY TEACHERS AND MYTHS Technology teachers, their education websites and journals frequently portray teaching methods of the pre-internet era as ‘obsolete’. Teachers still use pre-internet teaching methods. And all are savagely criticized as outdated. Examples of these views can be found at this website. Here is the link: https://educationtechnologysolutions.com.au What is ‘obsolete’ in their view […]

Post Tagged with : ,
Continue Reading...

Teaching Fraction Basics, Maths In Primary School

off

Teaching Fraction Basics Teaching Fraction Basics is to help parents and others tutoring a child in Middle Primary School. Children in primary school are introduced to fractions in stages. Halves, quarters and thirds are the first fractions. These are taught in various ways in the early and middle primary school. By Grade 4, when children […]

Post Tagged with : ,
Continue Reading...

Division, How to Teach

off

Division, How To Teach New Method Versus Old Method Anyone can teach division to Middle Primary School children. Methods have changed a bit over the years but I’m not convinced that they are better. The new strategy used in the classroom involves: working from the top down rather than bottom up in addition and multiplication. […]

Post Tagged with : ,
Continue Reading...

‘A’ is for Algebra, Maths Grades 6, 7 and 8

off

A Is For Algebra To browse lesson packages click the blue button. A Is For Algebra is an introduction to algebra. I asked my good friend, Dr David Perkins, to contribute this post called ‘A’ is for Algebra.  His Bio Details are at the end of the post. It’s Not So Hard “If we are […]

Post Tagged with : , ,
Continue Reading...