Monthly Archives: December 2014

How to solve a maths problem, for ‘beginners’

On Sunday 14th December, @Srcav published a maths problem that I couldn’t help attempting; and I got very stuck, very quickly. ¬†Yesterday, 9 days later, and with maybe 90 minutes of concerted thinking given over to the problem, I finally … Continue reading

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Are you teaching any of these in 2015? <- Update 1

There’s been a great response so far, with over 120 maths teachers signed up in the first week. In some cases entire departments have opted to get involved together, which was unanticipated, and has some exciting potential for the kinds … Continue reading

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Are you teaching any of these in 2015?

Because if you are, I’d like to try an experiment. I’d like to share some resources with you. ¬†They’ve been deliberately designed with the hope that they can be picked up by another teacher (sorry, maths only) and used to … Continue reading

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