A community of practice for South African ML Teachers
We will use this network to help everybody keep up to date on the latest developments in Mathematical literacy (ML), debate and discuss issues, share resources, blog about and discuss "How I teach", keep track of curriculum document and discuss textbooks. This group is private so that we can feel free to discuss resources, tests and exams. As a member you will be able to invite other members who you feel will be able to add value to our maths lit community of practice. Any South African ML teachers, ML publishers, teacher supporters, student teachers, ML material developers are welcome to join. Our main focus here will be on the learning and teaching of maths literacy!!! No learners, parents are allowed here! If you are a learner/parent please see our advocacy blog
We will be using Twitter as our communication channel and to model how we can use it in our classrooms. Please register for and follow @mathslitteacher to stay instantly updated with all the latest news and resources If you want to stay in touch with other mathslit teachers using twitter, please search for #mathslitsa on twitter, see the #mathslitsa stream below (or click here).If you send a tweet relating to #mathslitsa, remember to add the hashtag #mathslitsat anywhere in your tweet!
From what I have heard in class ( teaching matric core and lit ) many learners doing core think that lit is a big joke .My opinion is as follows : Learner A is taking core . ( and accounting /…Continue
Herewith my June Paper 2. Something borrowed, something mangled, something original.
Memo is through File | options| SHow Hiddent text, and please double check it, since I don't have the annotated version to hand right now, and might have missed a few updates!…Continue
My wife found this wonderful set of statistical errors and confusions:
A wonderful resource for Paper 2 - "Explain what is wrong with this statement"
Posted by Grant Hillebrand on July 9, 2013 at 14:31