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Effective Maths Teaching In The Current Context

The PDST Post Primary Math team hosted two webinars entitled "Teaching Mathematics in the Current Context - Remote Teaching and Learning". These webinars looked at some key elements for effective remote teaching and provided some examples of these in practice. Resources used during the webinar are available in the areas marked Part One and Part Two below.

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Daily Maths Resources

We've picked materials from which we 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.

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May Daily Banks
Date Topic
22 MayProblem Solving
21 MayPeriodic Functions
20 MayMaths Assessment in a Digital Space
19 MayAlgebra Activities
18 MayCode-Making and Code-Breaking
14 MayCoordinate Geometry of the Circle
13 May2D Area
12 MayDisease Dynamics
11 May Number - Indices and Logarithms
08 MayProofs and Derivations
07 MaySimilar Triangles
06 MayBernoulli Trials
05 MayQuadratic Functions

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