The example shown looks really interesting. Is there any input prior to that on the software? Student feedback is logical and supportive and written in 'student friendly' terminology.
The worked example looks good, pupil friendly, logical steps and good positive feedback... also like tracking of progress... could it be used with college students over the age of 16?
sorry forgot to add my names...don't usually post anonymous comments!
having trouble accessing the maths space site
Hi Ian, your school needs to synchronise the LGfL USO logins.
We have been using Mathspace in the Senior School (with 1:1 iPads) for about a month and are now extending this to students in years 5 and 6. It is a superb tool and its functionality has allowed us to develop a better understanding of the students' strengths and weaknesses, freed up time (saved on marking), and enabled greater differentiation in the classroom through adaptive tasks. Mathspace is clearly written by mathematicians and the knowledge of the team - and their desire to make Mathspace better and better - shine through in all their communication with us. I wholeheartedly recommend that you give it a try!
Mathspace is a very good tool to use, but not as kid-friendly because everyone whines when I tell the students to do Mathspace. Make it a bit more fun or more like a game! Cheers!
YES!! I agree with you very much!!!
Well, there are lots of games sites out there - and so we try to do something different. Sometimes a bit of hard work pays off in the end. We also think kids are able to do a lot more than people think they can do.