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The Art of Maths
The Art of Maths aims to create the circumstances for young adults to discover their natural talents and develop important social skills.
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The Art of Maths Feb 20
I noticed “Knowledge retrieval” logo, would you mind pointing out where these resources are from? I got completelly hooked on Teaching for Robust Understanding framework and resources for over 100 lessons in each KS.
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The Art of Maths Feb 20
Replying to @MisterFirth
i watch well i tried to watch TED as it was more appropriate for maths lessons but Avenue Q has valuable financial maths too.
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The Art of Maths Feb 19
Just earned my Creating a digitally inclusive learning community on the Microsoft Educator Center! You can check out free PD courses too. via
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The Art of Maths Feb 12
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The Art of Maths Feb 3
Davis Dyslexia Correction? smile at what?
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The Art of Maths Jan 26
Replying to @RogersHistory
We did not have an isolation room, we placed these ”stay connected stations” in ”private corners”. Students use these to call parents. Disconnecting from the lesson and not reporting it is taken very seriously. No sanctions if he/she can carry on learning.
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The Art of Maths Jan 26
Replying to @RogersHistory
this is exactly the reason I support teaching Maths online. There are rude, intentionally misbehaving students who do it for a variety of different reasons: being in a mood, grab attention and show offyour to test the teacher. REMOVE to connect into classroom via video link:
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The Art of Maths Jan 22
The Future of Enrichment: Math Contests or Math Circles?
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The Art of Maths Jan 13
Replying to @sezl
if I may ask for 3 reasons why you regret....In my experience MANY teachers are too critical to themselves .....
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The Art of Maths Jan 6
Folks from St Mary’s University have done better: they initiated disciplinary on 4 September2019; and as of 6th of january 2020 it is on going lol.....
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The Art of Maths Jan 2
Replying to @RogersHistory
what happened? if i can help somehow
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The Art of Maths Dec 3
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The Art of Maths Nov 26
Replying to @conradwolfram
We need individuals to be able to identify and develop their talents.Driving a car, servicing a car and designing a new car for futre require very different skills.
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The Art of Maths Nov 22
Seriously? Instead of using ‘computer based math resources’’ you could say Transum math learning activities.
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The Art of Maths Nov 22
I cannot help thinking about English we teach in the UK, language of Shakespeare, and ‘exported’ English for Foreigners, situation based communication tool, taught by ‘native’ speakers outside of the UK. The benefits are obvious, but awesomeness is not brilliance.
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The Art of Maths Nov 14
Replying to @ZoeMNye
I am not patient enough or my computer is being bloody slow!
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The Art of Maths Nov 12
Replying to @conradwolfram
It is great but I have some reservations as to how teacher can help someone sitting in the middle...
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The Art of Maths Oct 23
OECD Chart: Mathematics performance (PISA), Total, Mean score, 2015 or latest available
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The Art of Maths Oct 13
Replying to @stephen_wolfram
I reckon it is unfortunate represention of all beneficiaries of Mathematica
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The Art of Maths Oct 7
Replying to @mathsjem
During last summer I spent that a bit of time at my dentist: her patients and my students are very very similar: they recognise importance, know what to do, can do it, would save a fortune if asked for a help sooner. .... I am having a blue Monday....
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