The “Magical Maths” #TeamMagicalEducators Page was set up in early 2007 to act as a learning hub for teachers around the world. The success of the Maths Toolkit and Educator Toolkit has led to hundreds of Educators contributing to the site by giving their own personal view on an educational related topic. 

The site receives thousands of unique visits per day, and has developed into a site where teachers of all subjects share resources to aid the development of OUTSTANDING teaching pedagogy.

Make sure to comment and share any of the posts that you find useful or interesting. If you would like to contribute to the Team Magical Educators pages on the site or share a tip on the Educator Tool kit then contact us or read the guest posting instructions for more information.

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4 comments on “#TeamMagicalEducators Posts
  1. adil choudhury says:

    Hey
    My name is Adil Choudhury. Love the Game Based Learning section of the site. Big fan of using games in maths, makes it way more fun to teach and learn.

    I shall be using the timetable game for my tuition.

    I am thinking of starting my own website and was hoping to get some quick advice. The idea is to help young people young people crack the code to succeeding in maths and overcome any mental barriers they face.

    I wrote my first article but I am trying to improve it so that it is great.
    Is it ok if I send it to you to look at. (I don’t have a twitter account)

    Thanks
    Adil

  2. Debbie says:

    Hi, I love the formation 5 hands. Can I just use this idea or do I need to buy it?

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