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Sun, 13 Apr 2014 12:04:31 +0000hourly1http://wordpress.org/?v=3.4.2Comment on Could this be the best Maths Faculty ever! Collaborative Work with the NEW Maths curriculum! by Jon.treby
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Jon.trebySun, 13 Apr 2014 12:04:31 +0000http://www.magicalmaths.org/?p=3260#comment-577Great stuff!Great stuff!
]]>Comment on 99 ways to demonstrate progress and learning in the classroom during a lesson observation! Useful! by magicalmaths
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magicalmathsFri, 11 Apr 2014 21:14:40 +0000http://www.magicalmaths.org/?p=2857#comment-576Brilliant, let us know how it goes! You can guest blog about it!Brilliant, let us know how it goes! You can guest blog about it!
]]>Comment on 99 ways to demonstrate progress and learning in the classroom during a lesson observation! Useful! by Deborah Barakat AKA Mrs Mathia
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Deborah Barakat AKA Mrs MathiaFri, 11 Apr 2014 17:45:20 +0000http://www.magicalmaths.org/?p=2857#comment-575Have just made some time capsule exit and entrance tickets and have ordered a time capsule from Amazon; thanks for the ideaHave just made some time capsule exit and entrance tickets and have ordered a time capsule from Amazon; thanks for the idea
]]>Comment on Don’t be lazy, read this very quick review of The Lazy Teacher’s Handbook! @thelazyteacher by Krishna Chhaya
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Krishna ChhayaMon, 07 Apr 2014 22:22:45 +0000http://www.magicalmaths.org/?p=2126#comment-573Very good book. Useful ideas... Recommended. :)Very good book. Useful ideas… Recommended.
]]>Comment on A Maths limerick, who said Mathematicians can not do literacy!! by Krishna Chhaya
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Krishna ChhayaMon, 07 Apr 2014 21:42:40 +0000http://www.magicalmaths.org/?p=3213#comment-572I found this idea very useful and effective, as it provides students an opportunity to use literacy effectively (some students find it difficult to use appropriate mathematical vocabularies to describe problems). Defiantly, I am going to use this idea in the lessons.I found this idea very useful and effective, as it provides students an opportunity to use literacy effectively (some students find it difficult to use appropriate mathematical vocabularies to describe problems). Defiantly, I am going to use this idea in the lessons.
]]>Comment on Why do we learn Algebra, where is it used in everyday life? by magicalmaths
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magicalmathsSun, 06 Apr 2014 16:26:52 +0000http://www.magicalmaths.org/?p=1375#comment-571Good point.Good point.
]]>Comment on Why do we learn Algebra, where is it used in everyday life? by Gary
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GarySun, 06 Apr 2014 16:25:01 +0000http://www.magicalmaths.org/?p=1375#comment-570This is applying algebra awkwardly as a way of solving an every day problem. 90% of the time students (and adults) wouldn't instinctively start throwing xs into their sums. Surely excusing ourselves for having to use algebra is the problem here rather than exposing how algebra can be used and be useful. Applying formulas and rules early shows how to use AlgebraThis is applying algebra awkwardly as a way of solving an every day problem. 90% of the time students (and adults) wouldn’t instinctively start throwing xs into their sums. Surely excusing ourselves for having to use algebra is the problem here rather than exposing how algebra can be used and be useful. Applying formulas and rules early shows how to use Algebra
]]>Comment on Lets see how intelligent you are? How many triangles do you see? by magicalmaths
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magicalmathsMon, 31 Mar 2014 16:18:10 +0000http://www.magicalmaths.org/?p=1318#comment-569Thanks for taking the time to answer! Will post an. Answer soon.Thanks for taking the time to answer! Will post an. Answer soon.
]]>Comment on Lets see how intelligent you are? How many triangles do you see? by John willis
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John willisMon, 31 Mar 2014 13:56:20 +0000http://www.magicalmaths.org/?p=1318#comment-568There are 14 triangles. The obvious 9 triangles. The triangle which encases all the triangles, which counts for 1. The top 4 triangles which counts as 1. The 4 left bottom triangles which count for 1. The bottom 4 right triangles which count for 1. And the word "triangles" in the sentence which counts for 1. That equals 14There are 14 triangles. The obvious 9 triangles. The triangle which encases all the triangles, which counts for 1. The top 4 triangles which counts as 1. The 4 left bottom triangles which count for 1. The bottom 4 right triangles which count for 1. And the word “triangles” in the sentence which counts for 1. That equals 14
]]>Comment on Top 6 Questions a Parent Should be Asking at Parents’ Evening by magicalmaths
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magicalmathsSat, 29 Mar 2014 23:51:08 +0000http://www.magicalmaths.org/?p=2057#comment-566Interesting point.Interesting point.
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