Maths in the Classroom
Teacher, Niall O'Connor, from Le Chéile Secondary School, demonstrates how he uses a flipped learning approach using ICT to differentiate and personalise learning in his Maths classroom.
Useful notes for teachers and students with questions and solutions on the normal distribution and the empirical rule.
PDST Maths team GeoGebra files on Leaving Certificate Constructions.
Matching Activity Slides for Surjective, Injective and Bijective Functions
School Closure - PDST Daily Resources
The PDST Post-Primary Maths team has picked materials from projectmaths.ie which they think are most useful and have added in some videos and materials from other sites which may help you when planning for supporting your students in their learning. As teachers you're in the best place to judge which materials are most useful for your students and the design of activities around these resources.
CensusAtSchool is an online educational project that takes place every year with the aim of bringing statistics to life in the classroom. Schools take part voluntarily. Supervised by teachers, students use a variety of digital devices that are connected to the Internet to answer 30 questions about their lives and opinions. The data is then collated and made available for class exercises, so that students can see the real-life relevance of statistics.
Take Part in the 2020 Questionnaire | CSO Results | Resources
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