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Representations: The Area Model

Sharing a post I wrote a few months ago for Be Bold Maths. Research The EEF guidance for Improving Mathematics in Key Stages Two and Three outline eight recommendations. They are: Use assessment to build on pupils’ existing knowledge and understanding;Use manipulatives and representations;Teach pupils strategies for solving problems;Enable pupils to develop a rich network…

Seven Myths About Education – Daisy Christodoulou – Book Reflections

To begin with, I think this book should be read by all teachers, trainee teachers, policy makers, and anyone who has a role to play in Education. Daisy Christodoulou writes about how much classroom practice contradicts basic scientific principles. Many of the myths presented in this book are things I was told whilst training and…

MathsConf23 reflections

Attending my first ever Maths conference (and virtual one) on Saturday was an absolute dream and I am still buzzing from it. I had a full day of geeking out, making tonnes of notes and being inspired by so many amazing Maths educators out there – the team at La Salle did a brilliant job…

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