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New results from a 3-year project working with over 400 pupils, mostly 8-10 year olds, show that collaborative learning increases both fluency and flexibility in maths. It also shows that using an interactive 'smart' desk can have benefits over doing mathematics on paper.
Originally posted by winofiend
"Smith, are you writing on your desk?"
"Good student. Swipe yourself a star."
lol, oh I wish I was a kid today...
Originally posted by PurpleChiten
reply to post by maryhinge
cool! I love seeing the technology used more. So often, they expect the kids to check their technology at the door...literally.
We have so much at our fingertips, it's a shame not to make use of it.
Calculus would be a breeze for the kids to learn with the technology at their fingertips.... and facilitated correctly