The “Magical Educator” website is a fun and friendly site that was set up in early 2007 and was recently voted as one of the most effective learning hubs for teachers around the world and has won many blog awards since its inception. 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 one of the most highly influential educational sites where magical educators across the globe share resources and strategies to aid the development of OUTSTANDING teaching practice.

The Magical Educator team is made up of influencers, former Ofsted inspectors, teaching consultants, teacher trainers and just hard working educators with a passion for teaching and learning.  

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Should we keep doing interventions?

#teammagicalmaths @Burrows_Physics Should we keep doing interventions? OK so on first reading, the answer to this question is a fairly ...
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Can I colour Maths?

#teammagicalmaths @MrLsMathsApps Can I colour Maths? The children in my class always love it when I connect the Ipad to the ...
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Soldering Projects as an Introduction to STEM

#teammagicalmaths @MrBlinkyBling Soldering Projects as an Introduction to STEM Over the years I have volunteered at the LVL1 Hackerspace, a free-to-the-public ...
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What Literacy strategies make the most impact in Mathematics lessons?

#teammagicalmaths @MrsHsNumeracy Literacy in Mathematics It was when I was teaching a GCSE group recently that I realised the extent to ...
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Have you ever considered deconstructed role play in your classroom?

#teammagicalmaths @LagomEyfs Deconstructed role play After reading numerous blogs about deconstructed role-play over the past year, I was really excited about ...
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Have you seen these Ideas for after school maths clubs that don’t suck?

#teammagicalmaths @ChrisWorthington Ideas for after school maths clubs that don’t suck It’s an unusual child who doesn’t find maths dull ...
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