By Adrian Oldknow, Carol Knights, Sue Brindley
Arithmetic schooling with electronic expertise examines ways that largely on hand electronic applied sciences can be utilized to learn the educating and studying of arithmetic. The participants provide their insights to find the worth of electronic expertise for arithmetic studying in the context of facts from documented perform, earlier learn and of academic coverage making. Key pedagogical makes use of of electronic applied sciences are evaluated on the subject of powerful arithmetic studying and sensible principles for educating and studying arithmetic with electronic know-how are seriously analysed. the amount concludes through taking a look at destiny advancements and by means of contemplating the ways that ICT may be used as a catalyst for cross-curricular paintings to accomplish larger curricular coherence. >
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Alongside TA there has been national testing at the end of KS 1, 2 and 3 since the early 1990s and public examinations at the end of KS4. At KS1 the tests are non-calculator and at all other key stages comprise both calculator and non-calculator components. In October 2008 the government announced the end of KS3 national tests. This represents an exciting opportunity to reinvigorate TA and 34 Mathematics Education with Digital Technology ensure that it does indeed draw on a rich evidence base which includes the use of ICT.
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Mathematics Education with Digital Technology (Education And Digital Technology) by Adrian Oldknow, Carol Knights, Sue Brindley