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Basic Maths Practice

The teacher reached out to friends on the internet to get assistance for building a maths software that would generate unlimited sums on basic topics. One person agreed to help and prepared a maths software. The teacher taught the students to operate this software. Whenever the teacher was called out ...


to give understanding about fraction number

For Student to learn fraction number easily, which work had been done is as follows - Example 1-we know that 1 Rupee= 100 Paisa , so 10 Paisa is 1/10 of 1 Rupee. 25 Paisa is 1/4 of 1 rupee. 20 Paisas=1/10 Rs+ 1/10 Rs= 2/10 Rs. 2 coins of 10 Paisas equals to 20 paisa. Example 2- as from discuss above example we can ...


Short keys for mathematical sums

Teacher provided solution of solving summation and subtraction sums by giving short keys. 1) for (-) * (-)= (+) , (+) * (+) = (+) ???? ???? ??????? ?????? (?.?.?.) 2) For (-) * (+) = (-), (+) * (-) = (-), ????? ?????? ? ??????? (?.?.?). Students were instructed to speak different mathematical forms as per different days: Monday- Square roots, tuesday- cube roots, wednesday- indivisible values thursday and friday- dyad values Saturday- saying short ...


Teaching Counting

Students were taught counting through the use of items such as straw, stones, pieces of bangels etc. Counting with real objects helped students understand the concept and to remember it easily.


Remedial classes for mathematics

Students were called to school 30 minutes earlier. This time would be used to teach and give them practice on basics such as tables, addition, substraction, multiplication and division. During this time, all the students were called so as not to make any student feel inferior. The weak students improved progressively.


Creating a strong foundation for Mathematics.

Students were divided into groups and were called for remedial work during recess on topics that they were weak at. The teacher told the students to remember what they were taught by writing it down. The students were also told to revise what they had learnt each day at home. ...


Group learning in maths subject

The teacher asked the students the reason for their disinterest and realised that it was due to a lack of understanding in the subject that they found Maths boring. The teacher resolved to improve the situation. First, the whole class was taught and then students sat in groups. Each group ...


Fun activities for maths subject

To increase interest in Maths, the teacher made the students chant and learn tables. Then, they were made to play various maths games in class. After this, Maths quizzes were organized. Students participated in this with a lot of enthusiasm. Next, the teacher started doing puzzles in class. Close to 50% ...


Tables garba.

Some students remembered their tables only for a limited time period. A few would have to say their tables from the beginning to arrive at an answer. It came to the teacher's notice one day that students were able to remember film songs and words in advertisements quite easily. This ...


Group learning for caculating sums

To strenghthen concepts of mathematics, teacher identified 9 clever students and formed 9 teams of students in which 1 clever student was appointed as leader in each team. That leader would teach group members and teacher would guide leader on how and what to teach. On every fortnight, teacher would make all students ...