Global blog entries for Mathletics

Join the Teacher Certification Challenge

Winner Stuart McClorey
from St Jerome’s Primary School, Munster WA
2nd Winner Viviana Graney
St John Bosco School, Brooklyn Park SA
For the past couple of years, we’ve been growing the community of Aussie teachers who have become certified with Mathletics!  At last count there are now nearly 500 teachers across Australia who are loving learning with Mathletics Teacher Certification.

We […]

By |July 3rd, 2015|General News, Lead Educators, MathHomepageAUS, Mathletics|0 Comments

Tech Tools Daily Mathletics Review

21clRadio recognizes educational leaders from the international teaching world and beyond. Hosts Michael Boll, Chris Carter and Jamie Willett interview great thinkers and review EdTech products and services.

Recently, in their ‘Tech Tools Daily’ segment the hosts had a lively and in-depth discussion about all things Mathletics! From the engaging and competitive aspects of Live Mathletics to curriculum […]

Tech Tools Daily Mathletics Review

21clRadio recognizes educational leaders from the international teaching world and beyond. Hosts Michael Boll, Chris Carter and Jamie Willett interview great thinkers and review EdTech
products and services.

Recently, in their ‘Tech Tools Daily’ segment the hosts had a lively and in-depth discussion about all things Mathletics! From the engaging and competitive aspects of Live Mathletics to curriculum […]

By |July 2nd, 2015|General News, MathHomepageUSA|0 Comments

Congratulations 2015 Challenge Winners: Mathletics Certification

Congratulations 2015 Mathletics Certification Challenge Winners!

Recently teachers were invited to complete one or more levels of  Mathletics Certification – each level awarding PD hours and an opportunity to win a prize of their choice of an iPad mini or $250 PD voucher.   Teachers were simply asked to share how Mathletics Certification has impacted teaching […]

By |July 2nd, 2015|General News, MathHomepageAUS|0 Comments

How can Mathletics Certification impact teaching and learning in your class or in your school?

When we asked Mathletics teachers to tell us how their class or school has been impacted by Mathletics Certification from a teaching and learning perspective, they didn’t hold back.  For some, Certification provides Mathletics insight and relevance, and for others skills and expertise.  Whether you see Certification as a checklist, a pathway or PD recognition, […]

By |July 2nd, 2015|General News, Lead Educators, MathHomepageAUS|0 Comments

Why Mathletics can be your teaching resource

Tips for teachers

Use Support, Concept Search and Dictionary as these tools will encourage student inquiry to deepen their concept knowledge

Print single pages or entire eBooks to introduce or reinforce learning for your students

These tips will help you to achieve Certificate Level 2 in the Mathletics Certification Pathway.  Click here to view more Tips for Success […]

By |June 29th, 2015|Lead Educators, MathHomepageAUS, Mathletics|0 Comments

Get Creative with the Mathletics Graphing Calculator

Need some inspiration? Here are a few of our favourites…

Take a look at the calculator in action…

By |June 17th, 2015|General News, MathHomepageAUS, Secondary|0 Comments

Brendan Spillane on Personal Balance and a High Performance Mindset

 Brendan Spillane asks how to bring artistry to your performance

Whether you are leading, a school, a class or simply trying to lead a life of purpose and contribution – the fluid complexity of our times poses significant challenge. Setting yourself in balanced response to this challenge is critical because everything depends on how you are.

High-performing […]

By |June 16th, 2015|Education, Events, General News, MathHomepageAUS|0 Comments

Game on for learning

MATHLETICS LEADS THE WORLD IN ONLINE PRIVACY

By |June 12th, 2015|Education, General News, MathHomepageCAN, Primary, School, Secondary|0 Comments

3P Learning, in partnership with Desmos are excited to announce the release of the Mathletics Graphing Calculator to the secondary student console.

Like us here at Mathletics, Desmos aims to deliver a world of universal mathematical literacy, with a focus on learning through action and exploration. We were recently excited to announce our partnership with Desmos, and now Mathletics has joined forces with our friends at Desmos to bring a groundbreaking new interactive graphing calculator right into the secondary student […]

Brian Host Mathletics Lead Educator shares his EduTech Takeaways

 

EduTech Day 1 Takeaways
I love the ability of educators to connect and the power of this has been shown today at EduTech Australia. Previously working in other field speakers were often distant and untouchable; however, the key notes, session leaders and seminar speakers were accessible.

My greatest takeaways so far are:

Maker spaces are here to stay […]

Keep sharp over the summer!

With the end of the school year drawing to a close, teachers and students alike are looking forward to the long, beautiful summer days free of responsibilities and the rigors of learning. Before you put away your pencils and calculators in favor of sunglasses and beach towels though, it’s important to take in consideration the […]

June Mathletics Master Class

June Mathletics Master Class
We are excited to announce our June Mathletics Master Class recipient – Chauntel Ewert, Pod E teacher at Abbotsford Middle School located in British Columbia

School: Abbotsford Middle School
Teacher: Chauntel Ewert

We were impressed by Ms. Ewert’s dedication to stimulating student engagement by declaring Tuesdays and Thursdays as Mathletics Day. Setting a day for […]

By |May 27th, 2015|General News, Mathletics|0 Comments

Behind the scenes with one of Australia’s top Mathletics classes

When it comes to teamwork there aren’t many classes that come close to Daniel Clark’s Year 6 student group at Templestowe Park Primary School.
Last week a member of the Mathletics team noticed Mr Clark’s class had accrued a phenomenal points tally on the Mathletics Hall of Fame. When we checked on Friday afternoon the class’ average points sat at almost […]

By |May 25th, 2015|General News, MathHomepageAUS, Primary|0 Comments