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Resources guide for teachers

This guide aims to help teachers determine the right resources for them. It is based on the learning and teaching materials we currently have available. More is being developed all of the time.

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Year 1–2 Teacher

We recommend:

With free support materials:
Introduce the dragon cards with the Introductory Lesson (watch the video). The games used for group activities. Some of them can be run as a whole class activity. The activity sheets can be used for group or individual activities.

Year 3–4 Teacher

We recommend:

With free support materials:
Introduce the dragon cards with the Introductory Lesson (watch the video) then use the Categorical Data Lesson. The rich tasks document provides rich task ideas that will allow students to work at different levels on the same task. The games and activity sheets can be used for self-managed learning.

Year 5–6 Teacher

We recommend:

With free support materials:

Introduce the dragon cards with the Introductory Lesson (watch the video) then use the Categorical Data Lesson and Numerical Data Lesson. The rich tasks document provides rich task ideas that will allow students to work at different levels on the same task. The games and activity sheets can be used for self-managed learning.

Year 7–8 Teacher

We recommend:

With free support materials:

Introduce the dragon cards with the Introductory Lesson (watch the video) then use the Categorical Data Lesson and Numerical Data Lesson. The rich tasks document provides rich task ideas that will allow students to work at different levels on the same task. The games and activity sheets can be used for self-managed learning.

High School Teacher

We recommend:

With free support materials:

Use the three lessons 5A, 5B and 5C to introduce the three big ideas of statistics introduced at curriculum level 5. These are most useful for Year 9 and 10 students. These lesson plans require two or more dragon card packs, we recommend 3 packs for a class of 30.