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Started by Gale Mohammed-Oxley May 11, 2016.
This is a very good lesson.However, I would have liked day 1 to begin with a few revision questions of prerequisite skills required for the lesson; as we see this was needed in day 2.Follow up could…Continue
Hi ITEN teachers. Happy New Year!
We have an upcoming webinar for math teachers that may interest you from Samantha Porter on Fostering Communications in the Mathematics Classroom. Powers is a Mathematics Education lecturer, the St. Vincent and the Grenadines Community College at the Division of Teacher Education.
Find out more information here: http://itenamericas.org/events/fostering-communications-in-the-math...
Media, Muppets, and Math: Sesame Workshop’s Secret to Help Kids Learn MathJoin a Free Webinar on Wednesday, April 3, 2013
How do I get to Sesame Street? I want to learn math!
Imagine learning numbers, addition, subtraction, or fractions by watching a Muppets show! This is how the Sesame Workshop gets children around the world to learn and enjoy math. The Sesame concept may involve using rickshaws in rural Bangladesh to broadcast television shows or developing games and culturally appropriate Muppets in South Africa. Innovation has been at the center of the Sesame Workshop over the past 40 years – experimenting and succeeding with creative ways to engage children educationally.
Learn more about the Sesame Workshop by joining the Global Partnership for Education’s April webinar featuring Abby Bucuvalas, assistant director of global education at the Sesame Workshop. Abby will highlight examples of Sesame Workshop’s multimedia math content, including examples from the United States, Ghana, and Indonesia and show how these programs impact children’s numeracy learning.
Access the webinar through Adobe Connect at 10:00 am EDT/ 2.00 pm GMT (other time zones):http://worldbankva.adobeconnect.com/numeracywebinar/
(Click on the “Enter as Guest” option, enter your full name in the text field and then click the “Enter Room” button.)
The webinar series is part of a Community of Practice on Numeracy facilitated by the Global Partnership for Education. The community of practice is open to teachers, educators, practitioners, researchers, academics and others interested in numeracy.
Join the community of practice on ‘Numeracy for Development’ here.
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