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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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Toni Scullion Oct 1
FAO Maths teachers if you have not seen website this is by far the most amazing teacher resource I have ever seen. You absolutely need to check this out! Good luck on your award rooting for you! Absolutely amazing 👏
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The Art of Maths Sep 30
Replying to @RogersHistory
We all know that there is no learning in prisons.
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The Art of Maths Sep 27
Replying to @RogersHistory
Let’s stop dreaming they would quit
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The Art of Maths Sep 23
Replying to @MrMattock
This is crucial and many teachers do not pay attention to this I am glad that this is highlighted
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The Art of Maths Sep 18
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The Art of Maths Jun 21
the same with trapeziums: no rotation no learning :))
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The Art of Maths Jun 10
Replying to @conradwolfram
It was great, thank you.. I cannot agree more Number is very unfortunate choice of a starting point. Starting with shapes followed by transformations provides both natural and justifiable way to introduce coordinates and negative numbers. This is how I teach Computing....
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The Art of Maths Jun 10
Your photos are so beatiful....
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The Art of Maths Jun 10
oj oj I would really prefer to keep Standing on the shoulders of giants does not hurt....
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The Art of Maths Jun 10
The learning resources/maths problems are not copyrightable. The copyright protects only the way how they are presented. ...
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The Art of Maths Jun 9
I think we all can pick a few good tips from it.
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Conrad Wolfram Jun 9
Tomorrow I'll be trying something completely new, a virtual book launch event for ! It's open to all, find out more here:
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The Art of Maths Jun 9
Replying to @conradwolfram
The question’s length is limited to 128 characters, this is clearly not enough. These minor problems are mega annoying. Personally I would ask all questions to be submited beforehand so I can pick the best questions to answer.but I am not “live thinking” type. ...
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The Art of Maths May 9
Replying to @DrFrostMaths
I have Aldi nearby:)))
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The Art of Maths May 4
Replying to @mathsmrgordon
it appears people, including educators, need some means to chanel their negativity out. i think it is all right when they do it virtually, it makes our schools a better place.
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The Art of Maths Apr 29
Teaching for Robust Understanding
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The Art of Maths Apr 28
Teaching for Robust Understanding: Mastering of the content does not imply understanding.
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The Art of Maths Apr 27
my favourite piece
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