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use of iPads to support numeracy (Y4) presented at the BeLF Annual Conference Feb 2013

use of iPads to support numeracy (Y4) presented at the BeLF Annual Conference Feb 2013

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    Use of i pads to support numeracy Use of i pads to support numeracy Presentation Transcript

    • OSBORNE PRIMARY SCHOOL
    • OSBORNE SCHOOL200 pupils47% Pupil PremiumSmall ICT suite - 10 pcsTrolley 16 laptops2 pcs in each class
    • BELF INPUTGrantPresentation to parentsSupport from CLCTechnical expertise
    • APPS - KS2Maths BingoMathemagics Pop MathsMathtappersMental Maths Fractions
    • INITIAL IMPACTReliable, faster access to teaching andlearning toolsPupil enthusiasm and individual challengeEnjoyable activities for pre-tutoring andconsolidation of skills in numeracy
    • FEEDBACK from staff"Using the IPadsimproved addition andnumber recognition in year1."
    • In year 2 " using the IPad helpedto increase pupil confidence withnumber bonds. The childrenenjoyed the challenge ofcompleting tasks in the quickesttime with the most correctanswers."
    • YEAR 3 "Pupils mental and subtraction knowledge improved with speedierresponses to mental maths questions andincreasing confidence and independence when tackling calculations."
    • "In year 6, using the IPads had a huge impact on children s multiplication and for SEN children working on mentaladdition and subtraction."
    • IMPACT ONPUPIL PROGRESS89% of year 4 pupils mademore than the expected levelof progress in maths (morethan 3 aps)
    • DevelopmentsIncreased use of the InternetUse of mathematical tools Maths dictionary
    • 66% of pupils interviewedthis week reported recentlythat Maths was theirfavourite subject and theuse of IPads contributed totheir enthusiasm
    • APPS - KS2 Maths Bingo Mathemagics Pop Maths Mathtappers Mental Maths Fractions
    • KS2 Apps GeoBoardPoint PlotterGeometry Pad
    • Apps KS1 Math age 3-5Kids Maths
    • RecentDevelopment s Web based subscriptions : IXL MyMaths Mathletics
    • Contact Details Herline SimonOsborne Primary School 464 3346 h.simon@osborne- pri.bham.sch.uk