Feedback on pupil work

So this half-term I put a bit of time into drawing, scanning, digitally tracing and setting up some stickers for giving pupils feedback on their work; the links to the files are below. I’ll try them for the next half term and then update them once I know what else I need and what I […]

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World Cup Activities

Right-O, I’ve been sorting some World Cup activities for pupils if they finish their work early in lessons. The focus this week is on written methods, particularly for addition so a lot of the challenges involve that. I’m too tired to type much detail, but the resources are basically for a Fantasy Football League and some other […]

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iPad Apps for Maths lessons

Here’s a rundown of some apps I use for maths teaching. Some aren’t free – but they are definitely worth paying for, I wouldn’t mention them otherwise. 1. Motion Math: Zoom There is absolutely nothing better at developing pupil’s understanding of the scale and magnitude of numbers and negative numbers. The app is an interactive […]

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Back from BCME

The appropriately extravagantly titled British Congress for Mathematics Education was earlier this week. And I’m back, refreshed, energised and wondering on a few different things. The Delegate List: The congress (read conference) was a who’s who of maths education from far and wide and maths education keeno’s from just as far and wide. The delegate […]

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Infographic – London Riots

The Ministry of Justice published a statistical bulletin last month on the public disorder of 6th to 9th August 2011 – by which they meant the riots which sparked off in London over the summer. I have produced a graphic from the data released in that bulletin. It tells the story of the background of […]

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