Interactive Teaching Programs

This set of Interactive Teaching Programs (ITPs), developed by the National Numeracy Strategy, were originally intended for use in daily numeracy lessons to develop key mathematical concepts in the primary phase. However they can be used equally well with students in Key Stage Three for demonstration and exploration. Each ITP also has teacher guidance on suggested use. Teachers will need to have an interactive whiteboard or data projector.

PLEASE NOTE: due to the age of these files some aspects of the programmes may no longer work on modern computers.

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Interactive Teaching Programs 1

Interactive Teaching Programs (ITPs) are an ICT-based tool developed by the National Strategies to support the teaching of key concepts in mathematics. Where available, manuals which describe how the ITP works and could be used are posted as separate files.

This group of ITPs cover:

  • Area: allows...

Interactive Teaching Programs 3

Interactive Teaching Programs (ITPs) are an ICT-based tool developed by the National Strategies to support the teaching of key concepts in mathematics. Where available, manuals which describe how the ITP works and could be used are posted as separate files.

The ITPs here are:

  • Moving digits:...

Interactive Teaching Programs 4

Interactive Teaching Programs (ITPs) are an ICT-based tool developed by the National Strategies to support the teaching of key concepts in mathematics. Where available, manuals which describe how the ITP works and could be used are posted as separate files.

This section includes:

  • Number spinners...

Interactive Teaching Programs 5

Interactive Teaching Programs (ITPs) are an ICT-based tool developed by the National Strategies to support the teaching of key concepts in mathematics. Where available, manuals which describe how the ITP works and could be used are posted as separate files.

  • Ruler: displays an on-screen ruler which can...

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