Universities UK have shared a helpful paper on emerging from lockdown which is useful across all sectors of education.
Author: Ann Duncan, Maths teacher, Moray House School of Education and Sport
This is a topical PowerPoint lesson resource focussed on some of the mathematics involved in the current Covid19 pandemic. The resource is aimed at teachers but could also be used by learners for home learning.
The resource covers the topics of indices (powers), arithmetic/geometric series and data representation (graphs). The topics covered go up to Higher/Advanced Higher maths level, but this resource would be suitable for able S3/S4 pupils because the more advanced concepts are presented in an accessible way. It could be a fun and topical way to give students a chance for success at topics that they wouldn’t normally see until much more advanced levels.
Join Dr Hannah McNeilly and young learners to learn more about the experiences of children in learning during lockdown.
- The link for the meeting is: https://us02web.zoom.us/
- The room ID and password for the meeting will be sent 1 hour before the event starts
- All participants will be held in the meeting room until 5 minutes before the start of the event.
This seminar forms part of a new initiative by the University of Edinburgh, MH Online will provide guidance and support to teachers, parents and young people throughout lockdown and the subsequent return to school.
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