This interactive teaching program (ITP) is an ICT-based tool to support the exploration of division. Grouping ITP allows the child or teacher to model division as grouping and to link this process to jumps on a number line. It can also be used to introduce children to remainders and to apply their knowledge through setting similar problems that can be solved using the image displayed. The application (in a variety of formats) and guidance for using the application (as PDF…

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ICT-based tool to support the exploration of division. Grouping ITP allows the child or teacher to model division as grouping and to link this process to jumps on a number line. It can also be used to introduce children to remainders and to apply their knowledge through setting similar problems that can be solved using the image displayed.

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ICT-based tool to support the exploration of number and calculation. Remainders after division ITP can be used to demonstrate division as grouping, and to develop children's understanding of remainders and the notation for division. Keeping the number of counters fixed but changing the number of rows demonstrates the effect of changing the divisor in the calculation. Children can explore the effect different divisors have on the remainder.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

This interactive teaching program (ITP) is an ICT-based tool to support the exploration of number and calculation. Remainders after division ITP can be used to demonstrate division as grouping, and to develop children's understanding of remainders and the notation for division. Keeping the number of counters fixed but changing the number of rows demonstrates the effect of changing the divisor in the calculation. Children can explore the effect different divisors have on the remainder. The application (in a variety of…

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

This interactive teaching program (ITP) is an ICT-based tool to support the exploration of division. It allows the child or teacher to model division as grouping and to link this process to jumps on a number line. It can also be used to introduce children to remainders and to apply their knowledge through setting similar problems that can be solved using the image displayed.

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ICT-based tool to support the exploration of number and calculation. Remainders after division ITP can be used to demonstrate division as grouping, and to develop children's understanding of remainders and the notation for division. Keeping the number of counters fixed but changing the number of rows demonstrates the effect of changing the divisor in the calculation. Children can explore the effect different divisors have on the remainder.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Guidance for an ICT-based tool to support the exploration of division. Grouping ITP allows the child or teacher to model division as grouping and to link this process to jumps on a number line. It can also be used to introduce children to remainders and to apply their knowledge through setting similar problems that can be solved using the image displayed.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Guidance for an ICT-based tool to support the exploration of division. Grouping ITP allows the child or teacher to model division as grouping and to link this process to jumps on a number line. It can also be used to introduce children to remainders and to apply their knowledge through setting similar problems that can be solved using the image displayed.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

Guidance for an ICT-based tool to support the exploration of number and calculation. Remainders after division ITP can be used to demonstrate division as grouping, and to develop children's understanding of remainders and the notation for division. Keeping the number of counters fixed but changing the number of rows demonstrates the effect of changing the divisor in the calculation. Children can explore the effect different divisors have on the remainder.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011

ICT-based tool to support the exploration of number and calculation. Remainders after division ITP can be used to demonstrate division as grouping, and to develop children's understanding of remainders and the notation for division. Keeping the number of counters fixed but changing the number of rows demonstrates the effect of changing the divisor in the calculation. Children can explore the effect different divisors have on the remainder.

The National Strategies Last update: 2011