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Mark Greenaway
Mathematics AST interested in new ideas and Contextual Problems
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Mark Greenaway Sep 23
With the same question I prefer to multiply by the a term to get: (2x)^2-7(2x)-60=0 which is (2x+5)(2x-12) and then divide by two at the end It is the same method but perhaps clearer to understand why your method works?
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Christopher James Sep 23
I’m sorry but these comments from Mary Bousted (and similar ones made today) are nonsense on stilts. Both & are dedicated professionals who will work with anyone to ensure we get the best from schools across the country.
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Mark Greenaway Sep 23
Do they need to know why?
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José Luis da Vila Sep 22
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Mark Greenaway Sep 22
Ours are placed in the supervised 6th form study room
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Robert Kaplinsky Sep 21
Have students calculate a motorcycle's speed using the same method used by police for writing the speeding ticket. Lesson here:
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Mark Greenaway Sep 21
Your service has let me down by a lack of assessment resources ☹️
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Mark Greenaway Sep 21
indeed I am :-)
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Mark Greenaway Sep 21
I have noticed that, all very quiet at AQA, losing out big time to
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Mark Greenaway Sep 21
Anyone have any assessment materials for AQA Further Maths as I am unimpressed with the support that is available - already switched A-level Maths to Edexcel thinking of doing the same with FM!
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Mark Greenaway Sep 20
Replying to @MrsMathematica
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Dave Gale Sep 20
Can you help my students by rating these 10 jokes? (Apologies in advance) Any chance of a RT? cc
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Adam Boxer Sep 20
My favourite plenary: *checks watch* "Oh bugger sorry there's only 40 seconds left - stop working and finish up to Q143 by next lesson please"
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Mr Mattock FCCT Sep 20
Replying to @MrMattock
...please, stop painting this as a dichotomy between rote memorisation or creativity and discovery. The situation is much more complex and anyone who doesn't acknowledge that complexity has no real business commenting.
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PhET Sims Sep 19
Have you gotten a chance to check out our brand new Equality Explorer sim yet? A great introduction to solving equations, inequalities, and even inverse operations!
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Laurent Christophe Sep 19
aire bleue= 3*x/2=6*(6-x)/2 donc x= 4 donc aire bleue = 6 aire orange =aire trapèze -2 * aire bleue= aire carré - aire blanche-12=36-6*3/2-12=15
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Catriona Shearer Sep 18
If you're a fan of lots of puzzles squeezed onto two sides of A4, you might like this collection of most of my twitter puzzles from the last two months:
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Nature is Amazing 🐧 Sep 19
Just made my day 🐶🌼🦋 📽️ig: eurosaurus
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Craig Barton Sep 18
ROTD: A superb use of Excel to produce an "infinite set" of 20 number based starter questions
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Calendari Matemàtic Sep 17
Replying to @Cshearer41
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