A selection of resources for mathematics teachers to explore – aligned to the Victorian Curriculum.
Source: Learning Areas – Secondary – FUSE – Department of Education & Training
When you hear the words “golden ratio,” you may remember something about a spiral or some guy named Fibonacci. You might also recall a specific number from geometry class—1:1.618.The golden ratio is based on a sequence of numbers that Fibonacci discovered. As the numbers in the sequence increase, the ratio between two adjacent numbers gets closer to—you guessed it—1:1.618. Not only does this ratio occur in a sequence of numbers, it’s prevalent in the natural world, too. Many people believe it to be nature’s perfect proportion. So how does the golden ratio influence design?This infographic will walk you through everything you need to know. Learn basics like what the golden ratio is and where you can find it, plus practical ways to use it in your designs. Whether you’re sizing typography, editing photos, creating shapes, or even working on layout, you’ll be able to use the golden ratio to make your design looks its absolute best.
Source: Everything you Need to Know About The Golden Ratio #infographic ~ Visualistan
I used Twinkl Create to make my own personalised resource! Try it for yourself here – http://www.twinkl.co.uk/create
To download this simple knowledge organiser (students need to write their own description below each item) CLICK HERE (PDF)
Source: Year 7 – Analysing and Displaying Data
A reminder of considerations important to facilitating the learning for young children.
Source: A Recipe for Learning: Essential Components of Early Learning | Childhood101
A Diagram Of 21st Century Pedagogy by TeachThought Staff
The modern learner has to sift through a lot of information. That means higher level thinking skills like analysis and evaluation are necessary just to reduce all the noise
Source: A Diagram Of 21st Century Pedagogy | TeachThought
12 Principles Of Modern Learning by TeachThought Staff
What are the principles of modern learning? Well, that depends on how you define ‘learning’ and what you’d consider ‘modern.’ Richard Olsen put together this useful visual way, way back in 2013
Source: 12 Principles Of Modern Learning | TeachThought
When it comes to the success of an individual classroom, nothing is more important than the relationship between the teacher and the students. When it comes to the success of an entire school, nothing is more important than the relationship of the adults in the building.
Source: The #1 Factor That Determines A Toxic or Thriving School Culture – Teacher-Leader Voices – Education Week Teacher
Free Maths Secondary Resources using Excel & PowerPoint
Source: GCSE Resources for teachers and students – Home