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Resourceaholic: 5 Maths Gems #116 – Education Article

Welcome to my 116th gems post. This is where I share some of the latest news, ideas and resources for maths teachers. 1. New ResourcesI featured TES author cparkinson3 in Gems 110 back in May. He has now joined Twitter (@CP3fxy) and has been busy sharing lots of lovely free resources. For example check out his collection of ten lessons on expanding and factorising and his collection of four lessons on algebraic fractions. 2. Dice Ed Southall (@solvemymaths) noticed that if you just…

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Resourceaholic: 5 Maths Gems #99 – Education Article

Welcome to my 99th gems post. This is where I share some of the latest news, ideas and resources for maths teachers. 1. Non-Examples QuizzesI blogged about the new website nonexamples.com from Jonathan Hall (@StudyMaths) back in Gems 95. There are now some great new features on the website including Frayer Model templates and Multiple Choice Quizzes. The multiple choice quizzes come with a QLA allowing instant identification of misconceptions. On Twitter Bernie Westacott (@berniewestacott) described how he used the…

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Resourceaholic: 5 Maths Gems #101 – Education Article

Happy New Year! Welcome to my 101st gems post. This is where I share some of the latest news, ideas and resources for maths teachers. 1. Euclid’s Elements Nicholas Rougeux (@rougeux) has made something incredible. He has recreated Byrne’s 1847 edition of Euclid’s Elements including interactive diagrams, cross references, and a new poster of all the original illustrations. You can read an in-depth blog post on how it was made here. It’s absolutely wonderful. 2. Retrieval Facts Jonathan Hall (@StudyMaths) added a retrieval facts…

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Resourceaholic: 5 Maths Gems #107 – Education Article

Welcome to my 107th gems post. This is where I share some of the latest news, ideas and resources for maths teachers. 1. Foundation GCSE Revision Thank you to Edexcel for providing a helpful compendium of one-mark questions from Foundation tier papers from the last four exam series. These can be downloaded from the Emporium. Foundation GCSE teachers might also be interested in the revision clips from a new series called ‘The Maths Show‘. This series is produced by BBC…

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Resourceaholic: 5 Maths Gems #108 – Education Article

Welcome to my 108th gems post. This is where I share some of the latest news, ideas and resources for maths teachers. 1. SMP Christian Bokhove (@cbokhove) and his team have been working on this project for a while so it’s exciting to see the launch of smp2.co.uk. They have created PDFs of dozens of old SMP maths textbooks and booklets. Read about the aims of the project here. Click ‘Access to SMP’ to register and download the materials. It’s free…

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Resourceaholic: 5 Maths Gems #109 – Education Article

Welcome to my 109th gems post. This is where I share some of the latest news, ideas and resources for maths teachers. 1. Task Simon Gregg‏ (@Simon_Gregg) tweeted about the Nrich task ‘Shape Times Shape‘. The coloured shapes stand for eleven of the numbers from 0 to 12. Each shape is a different number – pupils have to work out which is which. Read Simon’s thread to hear the reasoning of the children he teaches. Hannah (@missradders) said that this…

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Resourceaholic: 5 Maths Gems #99 – Education Article

Welcome to my 99th gems post. This is where I share some of the latest news, ideas and resources for maths teachers. 1. Non-Examples QuizzesI blogged about the new website nonexamples.com from Jonathan Hall (@StudyMaths) back in Gems 95. There are now some great new features on the website including Frayer Model templates and Multiple Choice Quizzes. The multiple choice quizzes come with a QLA allowing instant identification of misconceptions. On Twitter Bernie Westacott (@berniewestacott) described how he used the…

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Resourceaholic: 5 Maths Gems #101 – Education Article

Happy New Year! Welcome to my 101st gems post. This is where I share some of the latest news, ideas and resources for maths teachers. 1. Euclid’s Elements Nicholas Rougeux (@rougeux) has made something incredible. He has recreated Byrne’s 1847 edition of Euclid’s Elements including interactive diagrams, cross references, and a new poster of all the original illustrations. You can read an in-depth blog post on how it was made here. It’s absolutely wonderful. 2. Retrieval Facts Jonathan Hall (@StudyMaths) added a retrieval facts…

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