I finally received my HUE HD Pro Camera in amongst the COVID19 crisis, and it was a ray of sunshine as It came through the door. I had a smile on my face as I had some new tech to …

I finally received my HUE HD Pro Camera in amongst the COVID19 crisis, and it was a ray of sunshine as It came through the door. I had a smile on my face as I had some new tech to …

MATHS POETRY WITH JOSHUA SEIGAL My name is Joshua Seigal. I am a professional poet, and in this capacity I regularly visit schools. I firmly believe that poetry can and should be embedded across the curriculum, and not just confined …

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#teammagicalmaths @cyfareddwr @littlegreenmath Kahoot or not to Kahoot Trainee Teachers – we go crazy looking for lesson resources. That’s where OUR hours go. My goodness, what will it be like once we qualify? Well, here’s one piece of tech I’ve already …

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#teammagicalmaths @MrGordonMaths Have you thought about having a classroom Maths Makeover? So much of our dead wall space in classrooms can be used to inspire students. We have had a amazing response from students and staff after the work carried out …

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#teammagicalmaths @AlisonHogben – Teacher at Springhead Primary Lego Math in the classroom. Did you know that you can use Lego to teach Maths? Recently I have become very interested in conceptual variation – different representations of the same concept. It has become …

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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 …

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tessmaths A Vedic multiplication method For some students the column method for long multiplication is enough for them to master. This equips them with a skill to use and apply in ever increasing magnitude even up to multiplying by eleventy …

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Guestblogger: thenumberverse 7 Rules To Make Group work Work It’s the Easter holidays. The harsh Devon wind blasts my ears back as I walk my two young children across the car park into the entrance of the Bear Feet soft play …

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Guestblogger: @mrtileynunn Easy to read, easy to use and dead right! This book is perfect for a teacher starting out. It brims with enthusiasm and ideas – all of them putting a thrill into Maths, but staying practical. Most of these …

Guestblogger: @mrtileynunn The Potency of Maths Problems Child A: Errrrrrrm, sir, I think we’ve got a problem … Teacher: Really? Show me what the problem is. Child B (head stuck inside a cardboard box): I’m stuck! I tried to see if …

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Guestblogger: @mrtileynunn An easy-read creative little maths book Nick’s (@mrtileynunn) approach is to make maths memorable. This includes using sugar sharks to explain division, greedy crocodiles to look at equations and developing dance routines to understand algebra. Maths need never be …

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Guest Blogger: @gareth_metcalfe Properties of Whole Numbers ‘Do all odd square numbers greater than 1 have 3 factors?’ I love this question. Let me explain why, and the train of thought that it can generate. Children usually start by generating …

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