
Developing mathematics: The early years a free online certified course
The goal of the course is to assemble a toolkit for helping young children develop mathematically.
The course is offered for credit at Arcadia University and for P2PU School of Math Future completion certificate to anyone in the world (open and free). Overarching themes:
Personally meaningful and relevant mathematics achieved through projects, games, problemposing and problemsolving.
Computerbased mathematics, including interactive simulations, modeling tools, solvers, and children programming platforms.
Lifelong learning for teachers, with the focus of online communities and networks for teacher support, and building your personal learning networks
 – By Maggie Verster

Mean Temperature investigation – Maths Literacy Teacher’s Network

Curriki – What Does the Norma lDistribution Sound Like
In this activity, students conduct an investigation to determine the rate of change in the popping of microwave popcorn. Four volunteers will estimate the time in the popping process where the rate of change is at 5 chosen levels. Other students will collect data on number of pops during consecutive 5 second time periods and draw histograms. Students will understand the approximate normal curve for a real data set and the relationship between the rate of popping and the shape of the distribution. This activity also provides an opportunity for students to understand human errors in data collection because not everyone will have the same number of frequencies in the corresponding classes of their histograms.
 – By Maggie Verster

Curriki – WhatDoestheNormalDistributionSoundLike
In this activity, students conduct an investigation to determine the rate of change in the popping of microwave popcorn. Four volunteers will estimate the time in the popping process where the rate of change is at 5 chosen levels. Other students will collect data on number of pops during consecutive 5 second time periods and draw histograms. Students will understand the approximate normal curve for a real data set and the relationship between the rate of popping and the shape of the distribution. This activity also provides an opportunity for students to understand human errors in data collection because not everyone will have the same number of frequencies in the corresponding classes of their histograms.
 – By Maggie Verster

Mean Temperature investigation – Maths Literacy Teacher’s Network
This simple Investigation, I did in the first term. It is not difficult to complete for the learners, but it takes a while to complete because they had to go out and “get” the answers. However, it went well because i actually had a 100% handingin rate, which is always good.
 – By Maggie Verster
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