Secondary Mathematics with ICT: a Pupil’s Entitlement to ICT in Secondary Mathematics
Produced by Becta, these materials consider six major opportunities for learners to benefit from the use of ICT in mathematics. These opportunities may be developed through a wide range of ICT, such as standard and graphic calculators, spreadsheets and interactive software. The areas considered here are:
• Learning from feedback
• Observing patterns
• Seeing connections
• Developing visual imagery
• Exploring data
• ‘Teaching’ the computer.
The materials in this resource give examples of the use of ict to enhance learning in topics that include analysing, modelling, using calculators, observing patterns, interpreting, evaluating, shape, motion and formulae.
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