The “Magical Maths” website is a fun and friendly site that was set up in early 2007 to act as a learning hub for teachers around the world. The success of the Maths Toolkit led to the introduction of the highly acclaimed Educator Toolkit.

The site receives thousands of unique visits per day, and has developed into a highly influential site where guest bloggers across the globe share resources and strategies to aid the development of OUTSTANDING teaching practice.

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Guy Claxton Educating Ruby

Educating Ruby – Guy Claxton and Bill Lucas

Guest blogger: GuyClaxton Educating Ruby The school curriculum consists of several different kinds of things: things that are intrinsically interesting (to ...
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All teachers should have a go at the “I wish my teacher knew activity”!

All teachers should have a go at the "I wish my teacher knew activity"! This is a great looking activity ...
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I love this idea of giving feedback sideways

Have you tried giving your feedback sideways? Awesome!

Give your feedback sideways I am not taking credit for this but what a great idea that appeared on my ...
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Interrupting Won’t Save Time: Top 7 Rules To Make Groupwork Work!

Guestblogger: thenumberverse 7 Rules To Make Group work Work It’s the Easter holidays. The harsh Devon wind blasts my ears back ...
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The greatest growth mindset video ever! The power of yet!

The Power of Yet This is a great video to watch if you are researching the power of growth mindsets ...
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Top Tips on using a visualiser in the classroom! >> Great advice!

Guestblogger: @MrBayew  Top Tips on using a visualiser in the classroom We had visualisers installed in every classroom in our school ...
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