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MrHawesMaths Oct 24
Have to put this link out there. Looks very good.
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David Butler Sep 11
Another new blog post: Questions with a morally wrong answer.
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Sorcha Browne Byrne 2h
As a rule of thumb maths problem-solving tasks should have a low floor, high ceiling and wide walls. What does this mean? They are easy to begin, can challenge all learners, and have multiple solution strategies. Check out the image I made to explain this.
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Colleen Young Oct 18
Open Middle - with Google Slides, GeoGebra and Desmos .
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Jo Morgan Sep 20
Maths teachers - my blog can save you lots of time in finding resources for your lessons. I have resource libraries covering all topics in Key Stage 3, 4 and 5 maths. They are full of helpful links and recommendations.
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Colleen Young Oct 10
The Modulus Function - many resources to help students explore the modulus function. .
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Ben Gordon Oct 27
Started working on a series of visual summaries on effective study strategies applied to maths (retrieval, spacing, concrete examples, interleaving, elaboration) followed by a page on each. Summary and retrieval done today. Feedback welcome
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CuriousMaths Oct 18
I love a bit of doubling using mirrors! Using a variety of different representations encourages children to think about how to double and make choices about the best way to do it. So much maths chat!
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Julia Jarvis Oct 8
Not seen this method before. Game changer.
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Tom Francome Sep 2
need collaborators to work out the top maths teachers’ questions for research Looking for class teachers to contribute questions and then rank using CJ. Closes 20 September.
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Mr Reeve 11m
If only these calculations were correct....
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CuriousMaths Sep 23
Oooo, been spending far too much time playing with the virtual maths manipulatives on mathsbot. Who knew pressing the exchange button on the Dienes blocks could be so much fun?!🤣🤣
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Mr Alhassan maths Oct 3
Y10s really struggling with the quadratic formula, so went back to the drawing board. Decided to show the entire thing in one go to see 'big picture' and then use backward fading to help develop confidence. Very large spread of attainment in the class.
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Scholastic Education Canada Sep 26
Math Place author Diane Stang discusses some challenges teachers are facing while teaching during the pandemic, including how to teach spatial thinking while physical distancing. Listen to Diane’s session from OAME 2020:
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Jo Morgan Sep 27
New! My 135th gems post. Ideas, resources and updates for maths teachers. 💎 If you (like me) have struggled to find time for Twitter this term, here are some of the things you might have missed. Hat tips to follow.
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MathsTeacherHub Oct 25
"Forming Expressions" Couple of different variations available now for this topic, what do you think? Perimeter, area and worded style questions. All answers available at the click of a button.
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maths inside Oct 20
Happy ! How are you celebrating ? 🥳 The day is celebrated every 5 years, and this lustrum the theme is "connecting the world with data we can trust"👩‍💼🧮📈📊🤔🔢👉 (img: Matthew Freeman, 2006)
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Emily Cragg Sep 10
What would you round -7.5 to the nearest integer? Had a lovely discussion in our department meeting tonight, would love to see everyone’s opinions!
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Ben Gordon Oct 28
UPDATED: Applying study strategies to maths. Now includes summary of retrieval, spaced practice, elaboration, concrete examples and interleaving. Maths specific guidance on retrieval, spaced practice and interleaving. Others to follow. PDF:
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David Butler Sep 15
New blog post about the most important and the most fundamental move in algebra, and it's not "doing the same thing to both sides". ************** Replacing *************
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