#teammagicalmaths @MrGordonMaths One for your pupils, last minute Maths GCSE revision videos – Secure that C grade! Finding it hard to remember all that you’ve been taught? Organise the information? See if the memory anchors in this video can help you! The video looks at ratio, finding the nth term rule, plotting a cumulative frequency diagram, […]
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#teammagicalmaths @MrGordonMaths Brand New 2016 Qualification ‘Core Maths’ Revision Videos A new Level 3 qualification for work, study and life. Official account – DfE #CoreMaths Support Programme run by EdDevTrust – http://www.core-maths.org/ @thecmsp The new ‘Core Maths’ qualifications are designed to better prepare students for the mathematical demands of study, employment and life. The Core Maths initiative is a major part […]
#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.
The secret to why Finland has the number 1 ranked educational system in the world! This clip is from the film “Where to invade next” and reveals Finland’s educational success. I guarantee it will bring a smile to your face and you will be amazed with what Finland’s minister of education has to say. Comments […]
#teammagicaeducators lisasavage23 10 reasons why children should be blogging There are usually two camps of people when it comes to blogging in school – those who love it and those who hate it. It’s a bit like marmite. Here are ten reasons why I think blogging can benefit your pupils. I am sure there are plenty more […]
What are the EdExcel GCSE Linear Mathematics 1MA0 May June 2016 Grade Boundaries and Mark Scheme? Below are the EdExcel GCSE Linear Mathematics 1MA0 June 2016 Paper 1 Grade Boundaries and Mark Schemes and EdExcel GCSE Linear Mathematics 1MA0 June 2016 Paper 2 Grade Boundaries and Mark Schemes. Check out the previous years’ Grade boundaries and Mark Schemes to […]
#TeamMagicalEducators: @honeypisquared Are the Days of Learning Displays numbered? We’re all guilty of it. You walk into a fellow teacher’s classroom – or the one your own children are taught in – and the first thing you notice is the brightly-coloured displays. The grammar bees buzzing around the flowers of language; the torn edges of aspirational […]
Santa Maths Santa asked #teammagicalmaths to do some Maths for him early this month and results are very interesting. Whether you are on the naughty or nice list you would agree he works damn hard over Christmas. It kind if reminds me of how hard teachers work throughout the year. Using […]
What are the EdExcel GCSE Linear Mathematics 1MA0 November 2015 Grade Boundaries and Mark Scheme? The Grade boundaries are finally out! See below for more information. You can also check out the other grade boundaries that are available on the site.
Remember pi As Piscine does in the best selling book, “life of Pi”, are ready to take up the challenge to try and remember Pi to the greatest number of decimal places? Why not challenge your pupils to develop their memory skills and see how many digits they can you remember Pi up to? Leave […]
Guestblogger: MrGPrimary Primary Mathematics – The Trainee Teacher viewpoint… As a trainee entering the world of teaching, mastery maths has been an exciting development in my school. The ability to extend all the students through provision of challenge activities has had a tremendous effect on my students ability to apply concepts to real life. Last year […]
Guestblogger: TanyaDeMots Introduction: What is Oktopus? Oktopus is a multi-purpose software designed for touch displays, interactive whiteboards and projectors. Just like its cephalopod mollusk namesake, Oktopus is able to reach out and grab student attention from many directions. Extending its long (virtual) suction cup arms, students are pulled into the classroom lesson. The whimsical name alludes […]
Column Subtraction Made Simple What a wonderful way of making column subtraction simple for any pupil who is finding it challenging. It is so simple but yet so effective! When you are in a position that you have to borrow from a next door place value and the first number is a multiple of 10,100, […]
The answer, solution and reasoning to the Factorial BIDMAS question starter This order of operations question is taking twitter by storm and has been shared hundreds of times on the magical maths timeline. The solution to this question is straightforward, for any Mathematician but for a novice, it is a little bit more challenging. The secret […]
The story of bottled water – a manufactured demand! The video below makes an engaging starter, assembly theme, or form discussion about the how we have been manipulated to desire bottled water over the conventional supply of tap water. A manufactured demand has been used to develop a multi billion industry that is actually causing […]