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Mark Greenaway
Mathematics AST interested in new ideas and Contextual Problems
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Mark Greenaway Jun 23
You should be proud, all of your resources promote thought and cause me to reflect on my teaching and that can never be a bad thing regardless of what I conclude - thanks 😎
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Mark Greenaway Jun 23
Replying to @adavenport1978
Any ideas to get me started, we have nothing at present and I am looking for inspiration - just a starting point, perhaps a form you complete or a process or ... 😀
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Jess Prior Jun 23
So so chuffed to finally be able to announce the launch of - this is going to be an absolute game changer.
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Mark Greenaway Jun 22
Planning to have a team meet to discuss student progress on a fortnightly basis involving data rep, SEND, Attendance, Head of Year, ... anyone got any got ideas or contacts to make this work well?
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Andy Lutwyche Jun 22
Error In Measurement Avenue via It's Friday night; don't look at this
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Miss L Jun 20
Put together a single slide to introduce 's to my classes. I'll give students (or maybe the whole class?) a relevant 'R' along with specific actions to take. Should be a useful shorthand going forward!
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Mark Greenaway Jun 20
Excellent, common sense article
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Mark Greenaway Jun 19
Replying to @missradders
Great idea, some will benefit and no one loses out :-)
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Owen134866 Jun 18
If you want some fantastic revision resources for your Year 13 classes next year, these powerpoints from are perfect!
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Chris McGrane Jun 17
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Gillian Mathewson Jun 17
Excellent day yestersday at the branch meeting in Glasgow, organised by . One of the benefits of a 4hr drive home was the space to think, and by the time I got home, had designed this task for my S3s tomorrow. Constructive feedback welcome :-)
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Chris Moyse Jun 17
PowerPoint is killing secondary school teaching. Over-reliance on it at KS345 is leading to: Poor delivery; Lazy teaching; An insufficient grasp of subject knowledge; Unresponsive teaching. It’s PowerPoint presentation not PowerPoint scheme of work. A great tool used poorly
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Mark Greenaway Jun 16
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How We Teach It Jun 15
Do like a ‘Which one doesn’t belong?’ question. Not sure why this one was about fish...
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Mark Greenaway Jun 14
Replying to @sxpmaths
Superstar - Many thanks 😀
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Mark Greenaway Jun 14
Replying to @sxpmaths
Appreciate it not fitting in a tweet, if you get some time I would really appreciate it as it is driving me mad. I worked out energy when 1.5kg added and it was at rest, then at a general point in motion and made v=0, but no joy :-(
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Mark Greenaway Jun 14
Replying to @sxpmaths
Are you able to do this question pls, it has me stumped. Part a is 0.1098 which I can get Part b is 0.149 which I can't get
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Cliff Pickover Jun 14
Mathematics and Beauty. John Horton Conway + Bronna Butler = Geometrical Stained Glass Cosmogram. Info:
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How We Teach It Jun 13
A series of Do It, Twist It, Deepen It lessons all about pie charts - with some goal free problems inspired by . Planned together with .
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Mr Webb Jun 12
Need Paper 4 Predicted Paper ASAP! Seriously though,Maths Ts sharing this way=inspirational Thanks so much to all who created & shared SSDDs,prep papers,revision lists, breakfast wkshts etc...
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