The truth about millennials – Simon Sirnek Now if you watch this video all the way to the end and you want me to buy you an alarm clock please leave your details below in the comment box : ). Every second of this video is worth watching for any educator! Simon Sirnek discusses the […]
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WOW, Another alternative method to column subtraction made EASY! Although this method is not as easy as it sounds it makes a great starter discussion and debate with your maths classes. Demonstrate with an example and give your pupils a few questions to practice this method and start […]
#teammagicalmaths @MrsKimMcKee Maths Department Secret Santa Gift Buying guide It’s hit me time and time again recently the massive importance of working with a team you get on with well and respect. I know this isn’t always the case, and there are many sad stories of workplace bullies or adults who are unpleasant and unprofessional adults […]
Are teachers the busiest workers? What do you think? Take a look at this infographic which asks the question of whether teachers are the busiest workers in the UK. The numbers do not lie but feel free to comment below. We would love to know your views!
The Secret Maths Behind the Perfect Summer Body and Losing Belly Fat Weight! Most people want to lose weight, have that summer body that they have always desired but do not want to go the gym. Well there is an alternative way and that is by simply adopting a walking strategy. Walking is an effective […]
Could this be the hottest Maths teacher in the world? Pietro Boselli is a model and professor in Modelling & Analysis for the Mathematics Department at Univeristy College London. After his PhD he decided to hit the modelling world. He works with Moschino, Equinox, Vogue.
Tell me that you are not impressed with this! The coolest dad ever! This is what happens when your dad works in the movies or whatever you want to call it. This is a great video to show during any form time session! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o9wY-POXv2Q
The Top 10 jobs of a teacher that you probably did not know about! Those who do not teach will have no idea to all the extra jobs that teachers do, and those who do teach will be left with a smile on their face. I love the last job!
Top 5 safety tips to consider when playing Pokemon Go As millions of kids around the world begin to download and play the hit phenomenon game Pokemon Go it is paramount that they are aware of the dangers of playing the game. Below are the Top 5 tips to consider when playing Pokemon Go;
Did you know that the summer holiday is exactly 10! seconds? Teachers love their summer holidays and what a way to celebrate it by looking at this Mathematical fact that I found on the internet How cool is this! BTW, for those who do not know what factorial means, 10! = 10 x 9 x […]
Begin your DNA journey here? This is a great video to show your students during form time about how we all are very alike! We have more in common than other nationalities than we think! Make sure you watch this right to the end and share!
What is so sexy about Maths? Cedric Villani says that Maths allows us to go beyond our intuition to uncover their mysteries. In the TED video Cedricspeaks to the thrill of discovery and details the sometimes crazy life of a Mathematician. “Beautiful mathematical explanations are not only for our pleasure,” “They change our vision of […]
Take a look inside the mind of a procrastinator later on! This is a thought provoking TED video by Tim Urban who knows that procrastination does not make sense, but he has never been able to shake off his bad habit of waiting until the last minute to get things done in life. This sounds […]
#teammagicalmaths @MrGordonMaths How many ways can you shuffle a deck of cards? And how long would it take to do them all? The answer will leave you speechless! Sharing my favourite Maths video this week from the outstanding Vsauce YouTube Channel. Comments are FREE, please leave one below.
When calculators get it terribly wrong! Can you explain this? This is definitely an example of when calculators get it very wrong and would make a great starter for discussion and debate in any Maths lesson. It appears that one of the calculators has not been taught the order of operations, can you tell which […]