UK teachers hit a high note with maths lessons

01/28/2013 | Guardian (London), The

Three primary-school teachers in the United Kingdom are using music to teach maths. The teachers write the songs and lyrics, which include information relevant to the maths curriculum, and then post them on a blog. In one case, all students who heard a song about prime numbers got a prime-numbers question correct on an assessment -- saying they recalled the words from the song.

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