## U4: Math Connections

Category### Task 3: Digital Tech + Maths!

Hi, for my lesson I would combine maths with multimedia design for my technology integration.

I would aim this lesson at the year ..

### U4: Maths Connections

Year 2

Students use a beebob robot to navigate a map using geographical terms when creating a program sentence using instruction cards ..

### Geometry across the Primary Years

I will below attempt to summarise what I see to be Geometry taught through Digital Technologies across the Year Levels:

Here goes!..

### U4 Maths connection

The first part of the series of lessons was learning how to use micro:bits and MakeCode to create a coin toss game. On each shake of the m..

### Task 3: Digital Tech + Maths!

Overview of Activity Plan: In this activity, student use a visual programming-based game to support recall of addition, subtraction, multi..

### U4: Math Connections

For this task we will be integrating maths with Digital connections.

first you will be going through a bunch a shapes and what attribut..

### U4: Math Connections

One way to get digital technology in mathematics was the use of algorithms in mapping.

I tasked the students to use algorithms to ..

### Task 3

Unit Plan for Foundation – 2:

Geometry and measurement:

Lesson 1:

The first lesson would be designed to introduce to the students the i..

### Integrating Science/Maths and Digital Technologies

I located this lesson resource pack which I will trial in semester 2 of this year, when students in my grade will be studying science and ..

### Leigh Snibson▸ U4: Math Connections

Task Three: Digital Tech + Maths!

This activity was designed for Grades Five and Six. Using Gimp (or any other form of stop motion) students created a .gif animation, demonstrating the binary counting system. The students used binary counting cards in an unplugged lesson and also looked through a website I made with multimedia information on comparing base ten and base two counting, electricity and switches as well as what transistors are. Students used milliseconds to calculate the timing of each frame. You will need to click on the images to see the whole fra…