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Paul Raymond Collins
Teacher of Mathematics. Member of the TES Maths Panel . Bringing up a little maths genius with
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Richard Perring Oct 9
I used to write these Mysteries a lot. I still like to use them but haven't made a new one for ages. Here's one that gives some practice at Completing the Square...
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PixiMaths Sep 27
Resource shout-out: I love this resource that incorporates problem-solving into prime factor decomposition
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Tony Vincent Sep 22
🖨 If you've never printed your own custom sticky notes, give it a try today! Here are ideas and templates:
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#teachergoals 🍎 Sep 23
Kids that don't get loved at home need to feel loved at school before learning can occur.
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Berkeley Everett Sep 22
Trying to build multiplication fluency across multiple grades using an activity that combines the search for patterns and relationships (like 's visual number chart) with lined up equations (like does). Thoughts?
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Paul Raymond Collins Sep 22
Replying to @spendymom
Aw sorry, I got rid of my YouTube channel as I just wasn’t getting many views on it and don’t have the time to make more videos etc, I don’t really use it therefore! Forgot the flappy bird video was on there! Maybe try searching for another?
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Nicholas Springer Sep 12
Taped up my white board today. All day geometry Ss used a protractor to measure and classify angles. Didn’t quite get them all!!
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William Emeny Sep 11
Use the Edexcel Maths GCSE 1MA1 scheme of work? I’ve linked it all up to . Check out: Foundation:...
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Paul Raymond Collins Sep 18
This is fantastic, thanks Will!
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Richard Perring Sep 15
Paper chase have tangram post it notes!
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Paul Raymond Collins Sep 12
Replying to @sum_fun_games
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Paul Raymond Collins Sep 12
Playing (a game I got for my birthday)! Which is the ‘better’ use of tiles?!
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Paul Raymond Collins Sep 5
Replying to @mathsjem
I know, it always hits hard going back from a holiday! I found a similar activity online where you try and pick up as many Cheerios as you can with 2 pencils in a minute and use that data! I just googled ‘Cheerios lesson’ and ta da!
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Paul Raymond Collins Sep 5
Replying to @mathsjem
That’s great, thanks Jo! I saw it was from 2014 so figured the link may have just changed or something! First week back going well thanks - hope yours is too and new role going well!?
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Paul Raymond Collins Sep 5
hey Jo, been looking at resourceaholic for box plot lesson inspiration - trying to click on link for the ‘cheerios’ lesson but it’s broken? Can you point me in the right direction?
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Paul Raymond Collins Sep 4
I used the idea at the end of each of my first lessons with classes today - the responses were very interesting and helpful. Lots to take into account that I previously wouldn’t have known about!
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Paul Raymond Collins Sep 4
Replying to @MrBoothY6
Thanks for sharing this - I’m teaching place value and those ‘given that’ questions to my y9 class tomorrow and these will be brilliant for that!
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Paul Raymond Collins Sep 4
I’m using these tomorrow with my Y10 class - trying to incorporate a lot of the approaches wrote about in his book (example-problem pairs, silent teacher, minimally different questions, etc). Thanks for sharing your work and creating the website for them!
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Paul Raymond Collins Sep 3
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Paul Raymond Collins Sep 3
Replying to @mrallanmaths
I used it last year with my Y9 students - great activity and consolidated our learning on Pythagoras- used the trig pile up one too after teaching basic trig (think that one was by Will Emeny)? Thanks for sharing!
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