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Every Maths Topic - topic by topic Step 1: Click below and choose the number of synced accounts for yourself, colleagues and students. Step 2: Reply to our acknlowledgement with the email address of everyone else to be added, if it's more than you. Mathematics Skoool.co.uk A fantastic free resource to support maths and science at Key Stages 3 and 4. There are wonderful interactive activities and study notes. Pupils can download the resources for offline use. Interactive whiteboard resources too. Superb!

eRiding - Mathematics & Numeracy - Secondary Mathematics & Numeracy - Secondary Resources ' In mathematics you don't understand things. You just get used to them. '- Johann von Neumann (1903 - 1957) Materials to support teaching and learning have been developed and will continue to be developed and displayed on this site. AIMS Puzzle Corner: Free Math Puzzles This week’s Puzzle Corner activity is a magic trick with a mathematical, as well as a slight-of-hand, component. I first came across this trick in one of Martin Gardner’s many books on recreational mathematics. I liked it so much that I have been stumping students, friends, and family members with it ever since. In order to make this trick work, you will need to practice it by yourself until the moves (illustrated at bottom) become automatic, before trying it out on someone else. Its success, like the success of many magic tricks, depends on diverting the audience’s in this case, your students’ attention. You can’t do this if you are uncertain of all the moves and take too much time making them.

Maths resources - Maths Careers This page aims to provide a range of resources to support teachers in the classroom as well as parents at home. Mathematical Trickery (produced by the more maths grads project) Teacher Information (DOC 265Kb, PDF 95Kb) Maths Tricks (PPT 654Kb) Home of the daily Maths Challenge Norfolk Maths PI Scheme Created by Maths Teachers and Educators in Norfolk This mathematics scheme is based on the 2014 Key Stage 2 and 3 National Curriculum for Mathematics and the 2015 GCSE Mathematics. The Norfolk Progressive Inclusive Scheme is divided into twelve topics to be taught across the academic year. It is designed so that each term pupils will be taught four topics from the scheme, in order to receive a balanced diet of the components that make up the mathematics curriculum of number, algebra, geometry and statistics. Each topic is divided into strands of learning and each strand is divided into 8-20 steps depending on the progression of learning within that strand.

Welcome to the Mathematics Assessment Project “And I’m calling on our nation’s governors and state education chiefs to develop standards and assessments that don’t simply measure whether students can fill in a bubble on a test, but whether they possess 21st Century skills like problem solving and critical thinking and entrepreneurship and creativity.” President Obama, 1 March 2009. New for 2013: Ten new 'Classroom Challenge' formative assessment lessons for Middle School are now available, including the first five lessons for Grade 6 . What Makes A Good Resource Classroom resources alone cannot guarantee effective learning and teaching. But they do have the potential to trigger new approaches and behaviours – i.e. changes in our classroom. In this way good resources can provide a great source of professional development. The activities have been written and devised by real teachers determined to find better ways of teaching mathematical ideas and topics. You will find everything you need to teach the lesson and you will also get some insight into what the teacher wanted to achieve, how it went in practice and, often, an insight into a pedagogical issue and an opportunity to engage in some professional thinking yourself. Try some of the lessons that catch your eye and reflect on what it made you think about.

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