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I have been a teaching principal in a small rural school for the last 3 years. Before this I have over 10 years teaching experience teaching students ranging in age 5 through to 12 and have loved every minute. “Students are engaged, motivated and keen to succeed. They take responsibility for their learning and increasingly know about themselves as learners. They stay on task, work well together and help each other. Positive and respectful interactions between students underpin learning”. Educ

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This CSI themed telling the time activity will engage students by taking them on a journey to solve problems and puzzles. Students narrow down the suspects by completing the activities and marking them off from the suspect list until one person is left. Who Stole Time?

This case includes:
Clue 1: Converting form analogue to digital
Clue 2: Addition and subtraction of time
Clue 3: Addition and subtraction of time
Clue 4: Reading a clock face
Clue 5: Counting up in 15 minute intervals

Answers are included
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4 years ago
5

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