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Establishment of a games based learning approach to maths.

Establishment of a games based learning approach to maths.

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  • 1. Progress always involves risk. You can’t steal second basewhile keeping your foot on first. Frederick Wilcox
  • 2. ObjectiveKids enjoying Maths
  • 3. Accountability Learning Achievement Potential teacher transfer (adaptability)
  • 4. Marzano says step one to transformation of learning is toadopt an instructional framework Step 2; encourage teachers to engage. Step three; encourage teachers to share their ideasbased on how they engaged with the framework.
  • 5. http://www.learningplace.com.au/defaulteqa2.asp?orgid=35&suborgid=614
  • 6. Gamification User level system Leaderboardhttp://www.gamification.org Collaboration and competition Battles Quests Rewards
  • 7. Game features Avatars Leaderboard Activity feed User profile
  • 8. BenefitsEngagementIndependent adventureSafe environment to make errorsPeer teachingFriday period 4 is a lesson theylook forward to!!
  • 9. Team teaching and planningExpanding in week 11 to include athird teacher
  • 10. The killer app for 21stCentury learning is a focussed, reflective teacher. Leslie Healey