Teaching mathematics to children with speech

The Lancashire Grid for Learning provides a variety of educational resources, content and managed services to support schools in maximising the benefits of technology to support teaching and teaching mathematics to children with speech. If you have any feedback regarding our resources, content or services, please contact us.

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Join our email newsletter to receive free updates! Number Bonds Resources Help your children to learn their number bonds to 10 and 20 with this free collection of activity and display resources! Symmetry Banner If you’re teaching your children about symmetry, make a display board in your classroom using our free banner! The Multiplication Pack Help your children to improve their multiplication skills with this bumper pack of teaching, activity and display resources! Emoji Puzzles Challenge your children to solve these fantastic emoji puzzles! The Statistics Pack Teach your children about statistics and data handling with this pack of resources!

Tangrams Resources Explore tangrams with your children using our free downloads! Equivalent Fractions Bookmarks Download these handy bookmarks to remind your children about equivalent fractions! Maths ‘Question of the Day’ Posters Have a daily or weekly Maths challenge in your classroom using our posters and suggested questions! Emoji Maths Puzzles Challenge your children to solve these emoji-themed Maths puzzles! Available at a variety of difficulty levels with answers for teachers!

Animals and Us – Sharks This collection of resources about sharks covers important Maths, English and Science skills. The Length Pack Help your children to learn about length with this collection of teaching and activity resources! Dot to Dots Help your children to develop their number recognition, counting and pencil control with these dot to dot activity sheets! The Percentages Pack Teach your children about percentages with this bumper collection of teaching, activity and display resources! In the 1980s Seymour Papert delivered the following speech by video to a conference of educators in Japan. I’m sorry I’m not there with you, but fortunately we live in the century of technology, and I can use this magical image-making machine to send my picture, my voice, half way across the world.

What I was going to talk about if I had been there, is about how technology can change the way that children learn mathematics. I said how children can learn mathematics differently, not so much how we can teach mathematics differently. All my work is focused on helping children learn, not on just teaching. Now I’ve coined a phrase for this: Constructionism and Instructionism are names for two approaches to educational innovation. Instructionism is the theory that says, “To get better education, we must improve instruction. And if we’re going to use computers, we’ll make the computers do the instruction. And that leads into the whole idea of computer-aided instruction.