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## ... Maths Teaching Blog A very generous Assistant Head of Mathematics at a Grammar School in Berkshire

## Change to make negative numbers, fractions, decimals. Daily starter to incorporate practice everyday?

## ... been written to support teachers in making judgements on the degree to which pupils have mastered various components of the KS3 mathematics curriculum.

## If you think that regular quizzing is a good way for students to learn facts and formulae, then look out for an exciting new book which will be available ...

## If you're a fan of geometry puzzles, check out Ed Southall's Instagram page where he has collated all his puzzles in one place, and continues to share new ...

## February Half Term Maths Challenges Thanks to Lisa Baggaley (@charowen13) for sharing a link to the 2019 Mathematical Education on Merseyside Challenges ...

## Another method (see below) for illustrating addition on the number line is simpler because it uses only one arrow. The method is more subtle, however, ...

## The most powerful aspect of this website is the opportunity to set students quizzes online - this allows teachers to read explanations and therefore analyse ...

## A more compelling justification uses the area model of multiplication. If the sides of a 23×15 rectangle are subdivided as 20+3 and 10+5, then the area of ...

## Interpret the first number as a point and the second number as an arrow. Position the beginning of the arrow at the point. The result of the addition is ...

## On Wednesday 13th February there is a free DfE-funded maths conference in Northampton for 200 primary and secondary teachers. There will be a keynote from ...

## A level teachers might also like this Integration a Day Advent Calendar. Designed by Tom Bennison (@DrBennison) for Christmas, this would work well at any ...

## Balance application; elaboration steps What about negatives? How negative numbers effects the balance?

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## ... but doesn't use multiplication of negatives by negatives to get a high score. They do notice that you get more points for negative numbers ...

... Maths Teaching Blog A very generous Assistant Head of Mathematics at a Grammar School in Berkshire

If you think that regular quizzing is a good way for students to learn facts and formulae, then look out for an exciting new book which will be available ...

If you're a fan of geometry puzzles, check out Ed Southall's Instagram page where he has collated all his puzzles in one place, and continues to share new ...

February Half Term Maths Challenges Thanks to Lisa Baggaley (@charowen13) for sharing a link to the 2019 Mathematical Education on Merseyside Challenges ...

Another method (see below) for illustrating addition on the number line is simpler because it uses only one arrow. The method is more subtle, however, ...

The most powerful aspect of this website is the opportunity to set students quizzes online - this allows teachers to read explanations and therefore analyse ...

A more compelling justification uses the area model of multiplication. If the sides of a 23×15 rectangle are subdivided as 20+3 and 10+5, then the area of ...

Interpret the first number as a point and the second number as an arrow. Position the beginning of the arrow at the point. The result of the addition is ...

On Wednesday 13th February there is a free DfE-funded maths conference in Northampton for 200 primary and secondary teachers. There will be a keynote from ...

A level teachers might also like this Integration a Day Advent Calendar. Designed by Tom Bennison (@DrBennison) for Christmas, this would work well at any ...

Balance application; elaboration steps What about negatives? How negative numbers effects the balance?

... but doesn't use multiplication of negatives by negatives to get a high score. They do notice that you get more points for negative numbers ...