Sumdog partnership adds up for Glasgow primary schools



A partnership between Scotland’s largest local authority and an Edinburgh-based social enterprise is aiming to improve primary pupils’ proficiency in maths via a globally popular educational game.
Sumdog has agreed to grant Glasgow City Council premium access to its online game-based learning system, which has been carefully aligned to the national Curriculum for Excellence.
All P3, P4 and P7 pupils at the 139 primary schools across the city will have access to the Sumdog programme, which is used by 2.8 million children in 88 countries.
A recent study carried out between December 2015 and... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 40
Source: Scotsman
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