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Christine Norledge
Maths teacher, compulsive resource hoarder, website creator and fledgling Twittee.
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Christine Norledge Sep 21
Replying to @NCETM
Students that slog to get gr5 will struggle massively. Students that coast but capable of more don't have right work ethic! Not convinced.
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Christine Norledge Sep 20
Replying to @hegartymaths
This was my feeling. Found a resource that had me second-guessing myself!
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Christine Norledge Sep 20
Opinions needed - is the answer to this as written with radical symbol just 5 or +/- 5?
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Christine Norledge Sep 16
Good to see the famous clock is up! Are you -ing at the end of this month?
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Christine Norledge Sep 8
Well...if you insist, I suppose I could come... 😁 Ticket booked for !
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Christine Norledge Jun 27
Replying to @G_D_Cohen @sainsburys
I am also in the same position - I am pregnant and it would be good if we could have at least a start date to the time frame.
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Christine Norledge Jun 24
Have only just realised that it's today. Seems I will be missing this one! Looking forward to the blogs!
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Christine Norledge Jun 15
Can you settle a debate for me? Are pupils expected to calculate moving averages as part of time series graphs at GCSE?
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Christine Norledge Mar 21
Replying to @MissBLilley
8 years in and I'm still not there, so good luck!
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Christine Norledge Mar 18
Replying to @Just_Maths @mathsjem
Date depending, I'd also like to come - keep me posted :)
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Mr Simon Prince Mar 11
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Hannah Chilton Mar 11
Advice from AQA to pass on to students taking GCSE Maths.
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Christine Norledge Mar 11
Chatting to friend about - he heard of a vesica piscis ( session), & pointed me towards this interesting geometry!
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Christine Norledge Mar 11
Sad that isn't here for her workshop but variation theory with is proving a great substitute!
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Christine Norledge Mar 11
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Christine Norledge Mar 11
What an interesting problem! How many students would spot this?
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Christine Norledge Mar 11
Session on division with - using manipulatives
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Christine Norledge Mar 11
Just remembered I wrote some etymology posts for last Feb's 28 days - here's one about 1-5 ()
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Christine Norledge Mar 11
Loving this bit of etymology from to kick off the day!
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Christine Norledge Mar 11
Nice to see a female mathematician on the room list!
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