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Math Tools Grades 3–12 (2nd edition)

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Math(s) tools are ways to build mathematical practices, differentiate instruction and increase student engagement.

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Key to using digital technologies for learning encourages students to be creative thinkers and producers of meaning.

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NAO Research Project

NAO Research Project

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Interactive Humanoid Robotics for teaching Mathematics

Interactive Humanoid Robotics for teaching Mathematics

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Data Drop,Raspberry Pi and Wolfram Language

 Data Drop, Raspberry Pi and Wolfram Language: An Avenue for Computational Exploration, presented by Craig Bauling, Wolfram Research

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Mobile Maths: the Phone, the Location, the Game and the Maths

Mobile Maths: the Phone, the Location, the Game and the Maths presented by Roger Edmonds

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Teaching STEM with the NAO humanoid robot

Teaching STEM with the NAO humanoid robot

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Pedagogy strategies for Maths in the digital age

Pedagogy strategies for Maths in the digital age presented by Professor Shimon Schocken

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Capitalising on ICT in the Mathematics Classroom

Capitalising on ICT in the Mathematics Classroom

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Texas Instruments Webinars

Texas Instruments webinars

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Maths Apps

Mathematics Apps are a type of software that allows you to perform specific tasks. Applications for desktop or laptop computers are sometimes called desktop applications, and those for mobile devices are called mobile apps. When opened an application, it runs inside the operating system until it is closed.

ICT for Everyday Learning: a Teacher's Toolkit

ICT for Everyday Learning: a Teacher's Toolkit: Mathematics -  first phase Australian Curriculum studies

App Review Criteria

App Review Criteria is helpful in assessing digital learning tools for learning. The following criteria have been provide by Dr Catherine Attard and Dr Kathy Schrock.

Just in time learning

Just in time learning is web based learning that enables students to learn at their own pace, wherever and whenever they wish.

 

Webinars

The Digital Learning and Mathematics community webinars provide professional learning online and are designed to support the discussion in the Forums.

These webinars are designed to inform and support teachers wishing to improve the learning outcomes using digital technologies for learning and mathematics.
If you would like to share your experiences in this area or have requests on topics that community members could offer, please contact the Project Manager at connectwithmaths@aamt.edu.au

Join us online in these Digital Learning community learning activities.