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Chris McGrane 18h
Easily one of the best books I've read on mathematics teaching. Primary or secondary this should be essential reading. Great writing style, easy to digest and suggests pedagogical shifts which can be worked on immediately.
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Science Studio 22h
The new Casio GT X scientifics are in and available from our website. We heartily recommend an upgrade of your fx-83 or fx-85 to the ClassWiz family.
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Andrew Jeffrey 20h
Replying to @RJS2212 @StudyMaths
Good shout Rob- in fact so good that it was website of the month last month!
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Robert J Smith 20h
Website of the month should be Feel like th manipulatives that has to offer would be really useful to Primary and Secondary Colleagues.
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Robert J Smith 20h
Replying to @stecks
... the 18th century that n² + n + 41 is prime for values of n up to 39. It breaks down at n = 40, as the ... But I am not a subscriber and I want to read more .... HELP !!!
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PixiMaths Jan 3
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bernie westacott Jan 16
If you want to prepare children for a world where there are no problems - they have all been solved and are no longer 'problems' as such - then keep training the children in procedures. If, however, they are to face problems, then you have to do a lot more than teach procedures.
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Robert J Smith 20h
Then 22/7 is simplified.
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Robert J Smith 20h
I would say that 22/7 is the simplified fraction... the HCF of 22 and 7 is 1 so you can’t make more simple... you could write as a mixed number but that is not more simplified ...
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Robert J Smith 20h
Who’s asking ?? What context ??
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Jo Morgan Jan 16
Hello new Twitterers 🐦. If your Twitter account is protected (padlock symbol 🔒) then people aren’t notified when you tweet them (unless they follow you) and they can’t see your tweets. Please don’t think you’re being ignored! Please unprotect your account to ask advice etc.
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Victor Minkov Jan 15
See you there, team! I'm tempted to finally read 's Fermat's Last Theorem before this...
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Leonie Jan 15
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Tom Bennison Jan 15
I have indeed. I need to order it ;) is there any overlap between this and the activities you’ve done for ?
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Robert J Smith Jan 15
Wonder if etc have spotted this....
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Jonny Griffiths Jan 15
Like Risps? Teach Further Maths? Why not look at 'Further Risps'?
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Jo Morgan Jan 15
I love a mathsconf! Can't wait for Bristol in March. Excited about the workshop I'm running too.
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La Salle Education Jan 15
: the biggest event for Maths Educators! Venue New workshops from: Network. Learn. Share. Have fun! Sign up
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Afshah Deen Jan 14
A special and warm welcome to Helene and Flora, it was lovely for you to officially meet our staff after school for cake and tea! Thank you for our gifts- they're very special!
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Findmeatutor.co.uk Jan 14
Hi Tril We now have a Twitter account Please do follow us and retweet when you can! Thanks Peter
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