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Sep
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Maths classroom assistant for hire - £1.33* a day.

Posted by on in EzyMaths News

As the pressure rises on GCSE maths performance, the chances are you might have thought you need help to do this but there isn’t the room in your budget to fund it.

 

However, integrate EzyMaths into your day to day teaching and you will soon start to think that each of your teaching team now has a classroom assistant that will help them to perform more effectively in class.

 

As high-quality automation like EzyMaths shreds the human cost of providing such support, access can be achieved for less than the cost of a daily visit to the school canteen.

 

What can you expect from your new classroom assistant?

1. Extensive automated assessments - all the assessments are created to follow content videos to assess and reinforce learning.

2. Highly engaging videos - content videos are produced using green screen technology – no low spec and uninspiring screen recordings!

3. Supports learners with dynamic question formats - all assessment questions are truly dynamic - scaffolded, highly visual and extensive use of unique input techniques to effectively support and assess learning.

4. Provides automated feedback on every question - each question is followed by a feedback video so that students can develop the understanding that helps learning to transfer.

5. Monitors student activity - syllabus specific activities organised in a closed digital environment means you have more control over preparation for flipped classes.

 

All of this is achieved without lifting a finger – It will be just like working with a highly competent and efficient classroom assistant.

 

Provide us with your details today for a free sign on and demo option

 

*Assumes more than 150 teaching days in a year
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May
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A new digital model for teachers and schools

Posted by on in EzyMaths News

The use of technology within schools has been increasing year on year and this is down to the technological advances of software and hardware packages. There has been a necessary shift in the implementation of technology to support our teaching and assessments and is now considered a core component in our schemes of work.  

There is, however, a desire to teach to the 'traditional method' and now more than ever where time is a precious commodity, we need to look at new ways to deliver and assess the content.

We have released a White Paper titled 'A new digital model for teachers and schools'. This aims to address the common issues faced by teachers and presents solutions that utilise the technology we have available. 

Click the link to read the White Paper: EE_WhitePaper_May-2017.pdf

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25
May
0

Exam tips.

Posted by on in EzyMaths News

We have put together a list of the formulae required for the exam that you need to memorise. WE have also put together a little list of tips to help with your exam preparation.

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25
May
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Countdown to Exams - Day 85 - Bearings

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Today's topic that we are focusing on is Bearings. Bearings are used in navigation to identify (as a measure of turn) where the direction of one object is in relation to another. You need to remember that bearings are calculated from North, in a clockwise direction and given as a three digit value. Be careful with sentence structure as bearings are measured FROM the object (normally the second point in the question). When calculating more complex bearings knowledge of angles in parallel lines is useful (particularly co-interior angles). The harder questions will involve speed, time, perpendicular lines and maybe the use of Pythagoras' theorem and trigonometry.

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25
May
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Countdown to Exams - Day 84 - Time and Money

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In today's topic, we look at Time and Money. You can be faced with questions involving time and converting time is an important skill to have when faced with some of the more obscure problem-solving questions. We also have a look at money as there have been money problems linked to probability and possible combination problems. Other common questions involve currency conversion where you either multiply or dived by the exchange rate.

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