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Christine Norledge
Maths teacher, compulsive resource hoarder, website creator and fledgling Twittee.
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Christine Norledge Nov 16
Replying to @TeamKnowhowUK
Hello Gemma, In addition to the complaints detailed in my email last night, yet another issue has arisen regarding collection of the faulty product and our refund. I have sent a DM and await your response. Thank you for your time.
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Christine Norledge Nov 16
Thanks for the tip. About to place an order with now; I have heard excellent things about them too and they have a delivery slot tomorrow.
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Christine Norledge Nov 16
Replying to @TeamKnowhowUK
Hello Gemma. We're putting in a formal complaint via email; this will be with your team this evening. Thanks for your response.
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Christine Norledge Nov 16
Exceptionally poor customer service and communication from , leaving me without access to a washing machine for three days. Now cancelled the order and will be shopping elsewhere.
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Christine Norledge Nov 16
Replying to @MrHowardMaths
Just not sure that someone who has just completed their NQT year has sufficient experience to solely mentor a trainee. By all means, get involved but it seems a great deal of responsibility to put on someone relatively new to the profession themselves.
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Christine Norledge Nov 15
Anecdote on the state of teacher training: a good friend has just begun training on a school-based course and has a mentor with two years teaching experience... is this usual now?
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Christine Norledge Oct 4
Another 6 weeks yet if she turns up on time.
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Christine Norledge Oct 4
😁 If that's a serious question, I have all the time in the world at the moment for colouring!
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Christine Norledge Oct 4
Bowing out now - got to get tea finished before the Apprentice comes on!
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Christine Norledge Oct 4
Vote for birds eye maths from me!
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Christine Norledge Oct 4
Written and video'd from above is what a lot of mine did - camera-shy!
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Christine Norledge Oct 4
Replying to @BetterMaths
One exception being the old Edexcel A level textbooks - examples in there were ace. Would still do my own though
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Christine Norledge Oct 4
Replying to @BetterMaths
Nope. Some of the methods are highly dubious and often examples are not worked.
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Christine Norledge Oct 4
Replying to @MissBellMaths
I did this once with a GCSE group - got some hilarious results! Some good explanations though!
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Christine Norledge Oct 4
Replying to @BetterMaths
Yep: . It's now very inactive - last upload was 2 years ago!
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Christine Norledge Oct 4
You have to watch some of them to make sure they aren't writing nonsense though 😁
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Christine Norledge Oct 4
Replying to @BetterMaths
Mine are all on YouTube 😁 Seemed like the best storage solution for the kids I was teaching at the time as they hated our VLE!
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Christine Norledge Oct 4
Replying to @BetterMaths
Also tends to be with homework corrections - no time to go through everything but can trust Alev pupils to actually use them!
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Christine Norledge Oct 4
Replying to @BetterMaths
A worked example with annotations in a different colour - e.g. black for what I expect to see, red for explanation of method
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Christine Norledge Oct 4
Replying to @BetterMaths
I did some a few years ago - feedback is pupils find it v useful but it's incredibly time consuming from tchr's point of view
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