Analogue Time

1st Digital Teaching Resource.

How to tell Analogue Time.

I chose Pinterest for my Year 2 audience. Its bright, colourful and fast. Pinterest automatically connects me to hundreds of analogue resources.

These resources are free, instant usable resources at my fingertips, that caters for students at different educational levels.

Please click on the below link to view the Australian Curriculum, Mathematics, Year 2, Measurement and Geometry, using units of measurement. View the outcomes code ACMMG039 for specifics. to tell time to the quarter-hour, using the language of past and to’.

http://www.australiancurriculum.edu.au/mathematics/curriculum/f-10?layout=1#level2

Please click on the below link to Pinterest.

https://www.pinterest.com/rosemaryreberge/analogue-time/

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Evaluation Matrix

Name of teaching resource.

Pinterest

Web link (if web based).

https://www.pinterest.com/rosemaryreberge/analogue-time/

Who should this digital teaching resource be used with? (ie year/grade).

Foundation Year to Year 2. Or for any other student from a higher year level that needs extra work on this area.

How should it be used? (e.g. individual, whole class).

Can be used either on an individual, small group or entire class.

Which subject or learning area would it be most appropriate to use in?

Numeracy, Measurement and Geometry, Using Units of Measurement.

Identify the strengths of this teaching resource.

It’s bright and simple site to use. Multiple resources at teacher’s fingertips. Copes very well with large amounts of video footage. As there are many resources available, students would be entertained and attentive. If the Numeracy program, had to cut short due to a whole school event. The resource is easy to relocate and begin again.

Pinterest can also be used on an Ipad, Iphone as well as a Smart board. The beauty about the Ipad, is that you can also use this for any special needs students that function only on a one to one basis.

Identify any weaknesses of this teaching resource.

You can’t curator other people pins. Would need to watch to ensure that there is nothing unsuitable for students.

Explain any ideas you may have for further use of this teaching resource.

Would be a great resource to share amongst other Education Department Colleagues.

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