Minister for Education and Skills, Joe McHugh TD pictured enjoying the craic with pupils while launching Izak9 as Gaeilge in Scoil Neasain, Dublin
Coverage from UTV on pupils from four schools in Derry and Donegal visiting Rosemount PS to celebrate Mathsweek with Izak9.
Since Izak9’s creation almost 4 years ago, we have more than 600 schools across the island of Ireland using Izak9 in classrooms, helping to raise standards in the teaching and learning of maths, as well as supporting key projects such as transition and shared education. Many universities the length and breadth of the country are…
Why was Izak9 originally designed? Well, for 3 reasons really: To allow children in upper primary and early secondary schools to re-engage with learning through play To create a genuine shared learning experience that would cater for a combination of all preferred learning styles To positively impact on pupil transition between Primary and Secondary phases…
Children as young as 5 years old embrace Izak9 and the aims of the maths curriculum
Izak9 events for the whole family brings maths to life in school and in the home.
Greenrigg & Stoneyburn Primary School Two schools in West Lothian in Scotland wanted to see what interventions they could use to raise pupils attitudes to mathematics and to raise the pupils’ own expectations of what they could achieve in the subject area. This document below outlines the nature of the project undertaken and the extent…
Problem Solving, Reasoning, Fluency, Variation and Depth. All the aims of the maths curriculum – in a box!
Changing the landscape of teaching and learning in maths
Creating a skills based continuum to support pupil transfer from primary to post primary.
Izak9’s unique collaborative domain supports Shared Learning Project in NI
Reasoning, integrating, connecting, communicating, expressing – it’s all here with Izak9!