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### Classteacher math program

1. 1. An Integrated Solutions Approach Classteacher Math Program“The object of education is to prepare the young to educate themselves throughout their lives.”......Robert M Hutchins 1
2. 2. Math Lab Math Online Math SAP Math Skill Assessment ProgramTechnology Based Learning Math iPerform o Co-Scholastic Skillso Autograph o Math Learning zone assessmento Trinity o Math Assessment zone o Problems Solving &Activity Based Learning o Math Interactive zone Creativityo Math lab aids. Interactive o Concept Formation tools and manipulative o Concept Retention, etc
3. 3. Manipulative Kit…designed for learners to perceive mathematical concepts with the help of manipulatives Trinity Maths"Maximizes the power and potential of the ICT, the successful teacher and the pupil.""...multiple clue buttons provide differentiation to include lower ability pupils.“"...extension and enrichment activities address the needs of gifted and talented pupils." Autograph..born in the classroom, and uniquely rich in pedagogy!Ideal for graphing and geometry (2D and 3D), statistics and probability
4. 4. Manipulative kit Manipulative kit consists of 34 manipulatives: Number kit  Clock 3D net  Area circle Algebra kit  Hollow cylinder Ring of theorem  Alphabets Cuisenaire rods  Pythagoras kit Geoboard with beads Pattern  Roman number Circle kits Blocks  Fraction kits algebra kit Place value board Interlocking  2d shapes Pattern kits Cubes  Area trapezium 3D shapes  Area of obtuse angle Triangle kit  Marble Money kit  Dummy cheque book Volume kit  Number card Mirror dice kit Number  Integer lines Magnetic numbers Tiles  Area of midpoint theorem Abacus  Thermometer Skip counting board  Area of parallelogram
5. 5. Trinity Maths  An eclectic mix of traditional, progressive and original mathematical material  Problem solving in engaging real-life contexts and calculator assisted questions  Exercises generated by random numbers, massive data sets and user-defined values  Interactive, dynamic and versatile activities equivalent to other topic-specific software
6. 6. Trinity Maths  Controls are strategically placed and all content is presented on a white background  Instant feedback to the teacher and pupils provides formative assessment for learning  Trinity Maths multiple clue buttons provide differentiation for lower ability pupils  Extension and enrichment activities are included for gifted and talented pupils
7. 7. AutographData Sets and Groupings Operations with data setsData entered as either raw or grouped Continuous Measurements of histograms and cumulativeor discrete data; Transform a data set frequency diagrams Sample from data sets,Dynamically change class width on grouped data demonstrating the central limit theoremGenerate data from probability distributions Probability distributions Plot and sample from Rectangular (discrete or continuous) Binomial, Poisson, Geometric, Normal, etc.Representations of dataHistograms including frequency densityCumulative Frequency diagramsBox and whisker diagrams
8. 8. AutographCreation of interactive objects based on moveable Differentiate, find the area below a curve orpoints,lines, vectors, conics, polynomials, shapes, Between two curves. Integration treated as a firstdata sets order differential equation Differential equations: First and second order solvedShapes and transformations: Shapes either from aset of points or from a list of presets.Transformations including stretchesShears, reflection, rotationsEnlargements, translationsas well as arbitrary matrix transformations
9. 9. AutographVectors Create as an interactive object using points Numerical methods: Bisection solution Newtonor with cartesian or polar coordinates. Vectors can Raphson method. Step forwards and backwardsbe added, subtracted, multiplied, duplicated, havethe angle between them foundEquations One line true notation entry in explicit,implicit, parametric, piecewise, and polar forms Numerical integration. Rectangle, trapesium and Simpsons methods Scatter graphs Data sets from points, files or entered through Autographs spreadsheet Least squares regression graphically illustratedSlow plot allows you to draw curves incrementally, Fit straight lines, polynomial or fit your own equationstopping at important points to the data
10. 10. AutographPoints as the basis of objects :Form objects Vectors: Vectors created from points or entered inincluding: shapes, lines, vectors planes Cartesian form.Shapes : Either form shapes from joined triangles Equations: Explicit, implicit, parametric, spherical andor select from a list of preset shapes cylindrical polars Draw normals and tangets to surfaces and parametricTransform shapes: Rotations Curves. Acceleration and velocity vectors toReflections parametric curvesEnlargementsTranslationsas well as arbitrary matrix transformations
11. 11. Math iPerform is a web based platform that provides a personalized Math self learning environment for students andfunctions as an extension of the classroom1  Study Planning • Students discover what they already know in Math based on previous scores and for content areas that they need to master2 • The primary mode of instruction explains the Math concepts within each lesson  Explain • Students practice their knowledge by solving problems and receiving immediate  Apply feedback  Explore • Students challenge themselves by investigating/solving tougher questions3  Connect to peers • Focus on Collaborative Learning!  Seek guidance • Students connect and interact with their peers all around the country  iPoints • A unique feature of boosting students performance and motivating them by featuring them on Math iPerform pages; top iPoint scorers win exciting prizes
12. 12. iPerform caters to variety of learning styles and interests of all students Benefits to students  Finely graded questions  Detailed solutions  Comprehensive coverage  Regular interactive sessions with iperform mentors  Collaborative learning environment  iPointsTestimonials:"I like the way in which tests are gradually graded from simple to tough. " Preeti Singhal (Student)"I love the way in which topics are dealt in iPerform. Before this whenever I missed a particular class I had to sit withboring books for hours, but now with iPerform I get to know the concepts within 30 minutes!" Sayak Kapoor (Student)
13. 13. Ensures discipline of self-learning in students under the guidance of the parents Benefits to parents  Engaging content  Self-paced, requires no/minimal supervision  Carefully designed questions, animations and explanations  Online mentors for much needed guidance and support  Detailed solutions  Comprehensive coverage  Collaborative learning environmentTestimonials:“My daughter’s confidence in Maths and Science has received a huge boost within 3 months She is definitely showingsigns of improvement. Less expensive than a tutor!” Mr. Rajiv Saxena (Parent)“My son remains glued to iPerform for almost everything, be it learning, taking tests or clearing his doubts!” Mrs. RenukaSharma (Parent)
14. 14. Enables schools to confirm sense of progress towards academic success by achieving small instances of success Benefits to Schools  Interesting animations and teaching  Provides consistency of learning inputs  Acts as an extended arm for teachers  Allocation of assignments, homework and quizzes  Helps bridge the gap for weaker studentsTestimonials:“The program is comprehensive and very well designed. My students ask more homeworks on iPerform, a thing I neverwitnessed before. And almost 90% of them attempt more quizzes on iPerform before they are even asked for it.” Mrs.Shelley Kumar (Teacher)
15. 15. Paper and Pen based test every year to measure co-scholastic aptitude and development of skills in students Measures co-scholastic skills including problem solving and creativity: SAP Levels:  Focus and attention span  Concept formation Level 1: Grades 3rd, 4th and 5th  Concept retention Level 2: Grades 6th, 7th and 8th  Quantitative aptitude Level 3: 9th and 10th  Concept understanding and comprehension  Application of math in everyday life  Solving of word problems  Development of Math aptitudeTestimonials:“Math SAP goes beyond academic assessment and focusses on skill assessment and development based on application ofMath in real life. Students have now started appreciating the use of Math in real life as compared to never valuing mathconcepts before” Mr. Arjun Shenoy (Teacher)
16. 16. Detailed student reports Question Wise ReportQuestion-wise report Country % correct Students Answer School % Correct Error Indicated Correct optionReport for each student, with the followingon display: Question number Topic o Question no. o Topic o Student’s answer 18 Probability B B 83.2 85.7 o Correct option 22 Algebra and D C 72.8 80 o School% Correct patterns o Country% correct, etc. 25 Number System A A 72.5 75Skillwise report: Skill ProfileA report that shows how a student has beenrated in three assessed skills Application of Math o Application of Math o Problem Solving and creativity Problem Solving and Creativity Student o Math in Daily Life Math in Daily Life 5.5 6 6.5 7
17. 17. Math Lab Learn Math Online Math LabMath Online Math Online Interaction Classteacher Explore Math ProgramMath SAP Math Online Skill Scholastic Assessment Assessment
18. 18.    Approach  Solution beyond manipulatives  Complete Math learning platform      Comprehensive Assessments - Trinity    Features  Ability to learn beyond school curriculum - Autograph      Use of Math Solution in Classroom    Coverage  Mapping for classes 1-12    
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