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Classroom Resources for online learning – A list of some available resources
To help you on your online teaching/learning journey, here is a list of some of the online/distance learning materials that have come to our attention over the last month (organised alphabetically). If you know of or are using any others please let us know on our facebook page so that we can share with you all.
Activities for Primary Math Students by Dr Steven Nisbet OAM – a selection of activities for primary mathematics students and teachers kindly donated by Dr Steven Nisbet, former Senior Lecturer in Mathematics Education, Griffith University.
Back to Front Maths (http://www.backtofrontmaths.com.au/b2fmathshome) is offering a free primary maths work program for students working from home. It includes parental advice, teacher advice, curriculum tracking, video and webinars for professional learning.
Casio Education(http://www.casio.edu.shriro.com.au/) are offering free Scientific emulator software to teachers as well as recorded and live (via Zoom) teacher PD and workshops. For students there are videos for learning and free Numerical Acumen’s game-based practice and assessment environment.
M1 Maths(m1maths.com) is a free online resource designed for high school students to learn maths independently. It has explanations of concepts and exercises with answers. Level 6 is for Maths Methods with 32 modules sequenced to match the Queensland Maths Methods syllabus. Could be useful for students who can’t get to school. Maybe even for those who can.
Maths Matters (https://www.facebook.com/pages/Maths-Matters/115280948551194) will be posting “maths at home” ideas and developing other ways to provide online support for parents in a meaningful way, whether that be with worksheets and lessons, webinars on understanding maths aspects, or Q&A times. They will provide some instant lessons, ideas for structuring your day, and tips for teaching kids online.
Mathplotplus (http://mathplotplus.com/freesitelicenseoffer.htm) is offering free licences for at least next two months (depending upon what happen). The programs available include worksheet/homework book generation (randomly generated with fully worked solutions) and a year 7-10 maths tutor with the capacity for students to save work and email to teachers, which would provide an easy way of students communicating with teachers.
Please note that this is by no means a complete list of the materials/offers made available to teachers and students during the pandemic and QAMT do not endorse and have not quality assured their content.