Monthly Archives: June 2015

Want to be part of the MathsTwitterBlogosphere?

At Mathsconf4 yesterday I went to a talk given by Craig Jeavons, in which he reminded me of many of the great resources American teachers are churning out. During the talk, Craig mentioned the MathTwitterBlogosphere – essentially a directory of … Continue reading


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Knowledge Frameworks – What other frameworks might exist for mathematics?

I feel like my examples from before (times tables, square and cube numbers, prime numbers) are all zoomed in very close compared with the other examples I gave for other subjects.  Well here’s one broader suggestion: I created these before I … Continue reading

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