• Understand Current National and Organisational Frameworks for Mathematics
    Understand current national and organisational frameworks for mathematics 1.1 Explain the aims and importance of learning provision for numeracy development. Numeracy development is important for all children as maths is an important part of everyday life. The way in which maths is taught has...
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  • Alternative Assessment
    ENHANCING ACADEMIC PERFORMANCE AND POSITIVE ATTITUDE OF STUDENTS IN MATHEMATICS WITH ALTERNATIVE ASSESSMENT By Godfred, Kwame Abledu - Koforidua Polytechnic godfredabledu@yahoo.com Introduction The purpose and scope of formal education have undergone various changes over the years since the time of...
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  • The Use of the Chalkboard and Computers in the Teaching of Mathematics in Secondary Schools in Cameroon
    and beneficial to the himself and the society at large. For all this to be effectively achieved there is need for the use of technology in the teaching-learning process. 1.2. Technology Technology is the systematic application of scientific or other organized knowledge to practical tasks (Timothy et...
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  • Education
    the implementation of the curriculum plan. We looked at why people resist change, the role of teachers, students, administrator and parents in ensuring the successful implementation of change. In this chapter, we will focus on determining whether the curriculum plan implemented has achieved its goals and...
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  • Pttls
    of English, mathematics and ICT that provide individuals with the skills and abilities they need to operate confidently, effectively and independently in life, their communities and at work”. Functional skills can be transferable across a range of situations including employment, learning and daily...
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  • Task 4
    Task 4 – Explain how you would Embed functional skills (English, Maths and ICT) into your specialist area. b) How you do or would assess these functional skills? You must include at least three assessment types, including initial assessment. You should also include a section on how you can provide...
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  • Planning and Enabling Learning
    enabling learning Aim The aim of this unit is to enable candidates to design and plan learning and teaching to meet curriculum requirements. The candidate will be expected to demonstrate their ability to plan for inclusive learning by being able to select, use and analyse a range of teaching strategies...
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  • Ptlls Theory Assignment Level 4
    C&G Preparing to Teach in the Lifelong Learning Sector (PTLLS) Participant: Kristina Marinova Course Start Date: 27/01/2010 Level 4 Theory Assignment 1. Review your role, responsibilities and boundaries as a teacher in terms of the teaching/training cycle. My current role is limited to the...
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  • Explain the Differences Between Communicating with Adults and Comminicating with Children and Young People
    Unit TDA 301 2.3 Explain the differences between communicating with adults and comminicating with children and young people. Communicating with children : - Comminicate clear ,concise and appropriate to their ages, needs, abilities by using words and phrases they will understand - actively...
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  • Mgt of Creativity and Innovation in Education
    ………………………………………..…. 2 3.0 Lesson#1 – ICT in teaching Mathematics ..…….……………………….. 3 4.0 Lesson#2 – ICT in teaching English .…………………………………... 7 5.0 Rationale of inclusion of ICT elements in the lessons…………………... 10 6.0 Barriers in implementing ICT in teaching……………………….………. 12 7.0 Evaluation...
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  • The essential curriculum
    Primary Academy is a smaller than average school of approximately 200 pupils from age four to eleven. Originally built for two form entry in an 'open-plan' style, it now offers pupils large classrooms with just one class per year group. The school achieved academy status in August 2011 and as part of the...
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  • Dttls
    DTLLS Individual Learning Plan Name……………………………………………………………. Individual Learning Plan Throughout your initial teacher training programme you will develop a wide variety of skills through a range of experiences with your...
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  • Language
    in education, university and employment Contents 3 Welcome to Cambridge 4 Cambridge programmes and qualifications 7 Cambridge International AS and A Level 8 Our curriculum 13 Classroom support for teachers and learners 16 Our qualifications 18 Join the Cambridge community 19 What next? About...
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  • Report
    Mathematics Introduction: Language and communication are very important in daily life dealings and work. In the same way mathematics also has special language. Mathematical Literacy is a powerful resource due to which we can use wide spectrum of strategies and approaches for building students’...
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  • Teaching Ability Grouping
    In the article Ability Grouping, Teaching and Learning, Feb/Mar 2003 - Davis explores some of the issues currently surrounding ability grouping of primary school children. He initially looks at the growth in popularity of ability grouping in recent years. He then considers some of the organisational...
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  • theory of education
    science and mathematics therefore becomes bedrock and indispensable tools for scientific, technological and economic advancement in any nation. It gives the nation the capacity to apply technology for the exploitation of the resources of nature. Such exploitation will depend greatly on mathematics for laying...
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  • Mother Tongue
    technical terms in English. Mother tongue used in Mathematics opens hope and opportunities for math teachers to introduce the lesson easily and pupils will learn comfortably and clearly through learning mathematics on their own language. Teaching and learning process will be better and more interactive by...
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  • Methods of Teaching
    Methods of Teaching The Montessori Method The Montessori Method is a child-centered, alternative educational method based on the child development theories originated by Italian educator Maria Montessori (1870–1952) in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. Primarily applied in preschool...
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  • B.Ed Syallabus
    under: Part-I: Part-II: Paper Paper-I Paper-II Paper-III Paper-IV Paper-V Theory Papers Practice of Teaching Title of the Theory Paper Education in Emerging Indian Society Psychology of Teaching -Learning Process School Management and Pedagogies of Education Development of Educational System in India Any...
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  • Why Cambridge Education?
    learner’s point of view. Therefore, it broadens its perspective while targeting the entire community. This encourages this system to follow such programmes and qualifications that are progressive, flexible, Innovative and reflective from learner’s point of view. In other words, it keeps in mind cross-...
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