A blog about teaching and learning in a maths classroom.
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Nothing to do with MathsClass, this week saw the addition of Emma to our family.
Four maths teachers kindly shared their work on MathsFaculty for others to use.
Recently my online focus has shifted to my network of sites. This network is about making the essentials for maths teaching easier to find and more accessible.
MathsKit is a page of all those everyday resources.
MathsLinks now has over 500 online activites for maths, all categorised.
My new site, MathsFaculty is for maths teachers to share. I suspect that everyday, teachers waste time searching for, and if they don’t find, creating resources. Let’s fix that by sharing.
Each week, I’m going to use this blog to summarise what has been added across these sites.
* “This Week” is more like “recently” for this first review.
I recently received an email from the AAMT:
National Mathematics Day is Friday 18 May and looks at codes and code-breaking — to celebrate the centenary of the birth of Alan Turing.
New Subscribe to the …MathsLinks
Simon Job — eleventh year of teaching maths in a public high school in Western Sydney, Australia.
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