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Ed Southall
Maths bloke. Author Uni Lecturer & PhD Student DM open e.southall@hud.ac.uk
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Dr Bennison 13h
A recent blog post by myself sharing a task on introducing proof to Year 12s. Excitingly it also includes a £5 discount code for purchases of products from the website.
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Chris Havergal Jun 21
Introducing lecture capture on one course led to twice as many students attending no lectures at all, study finds via
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Richard Stakes Jun 20
The Etymology of the Language of Maths with . I didn't know the shape in the middle is a stadium.
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Ed Southall Jun 20
Last day with 17/18 Trainee cohort today. They've been amazing to work with and I'm super proud of them all.
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Rhiannon Bedford Jun 20
Replying to @solvemymaths
Loved your talk today - loads of things we already do which is reassuring but also some fantastic extras to think about! Can’t wait to look at where we can add things to our SOW. Thanks 😊
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Teachers of Maths Jun 20
NEW: We're proud to announce the newest CPD course from ATM, Variation - the acoustic version: a course for teachers from KS1 to KS4. The course will be run by popular and inspiring ATM member, Anne Watson. Join us!
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Ed Southall Jun 19
Replying to @DagsMaths
I went there too
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Mashable Jun 19
This basketball-playing robot never misses a shot
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Ed Southall Jun 19
Really looking forward to this tomorrow
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Ed Southall Jun 18
If you missed my talk at BCME this year, you can catch it again next week at
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HudCRES Jun 18
Another chance to catch 'HudCRES ... in conversation' 4th July, Huddersfield “In maths the answers aren’t important” - exploring alternative and international approaches to depth of understanding in maths.
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Ed Southall Jun 17
Replying to @ChrisPirillo
Rick Moranis?
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Simon Gregg Jun 17
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inconvergent Jun 17
Replying to @inconvergent
4x A3. uncropped. but this seems to work. also I need to make proper crop marks.
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Kelly Leonard Jun 17
will be there! Can't wait to see in action! Don't miss this brilliant organised by LIME. Thanks
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Ed Southall Jun 17
These just seem cruel! Know your backstories people!
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Sue Perkins Jun 17
I miss my old dad. Happy Fathers Day, especially to those now pa-less and really feeling it today xxx
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Lindsey Bennett Jun 17
Fantastic CPD event with Monday 18th June, 5pm at The Radclyffe School. Book your free place at
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DimatesUA Mar 28
Imagina un equipo de fútbol donde cada jugador debe "cubrir" la zona que le son más cercana a él que al resto de sus compañeros. Dicha zona depende de los movimientos de sus compañeros. He aquí la idea básica de los diagramas de Voronoi. FÁCIL, FÁCIL, pero luego pasa lo que pasa.
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