1. Proportional Associations
@nathanday314 shared some queries that he applied in a Calendar year 9 lesson. He suggests they provoked superb discussion among his college students. Notice the connections among every issue.
2. Area of Trapezium
3. Circle Theorems and Similarity
I really like these Increased GCSE thoughts shared by @DrPMaths.
@Mr_Rowlandson has designed an fantastic instruction booklet for secondary maths instructors who are understanding how to use Geogebra. Thanks Paul!
5. Pie Charts and Bearings
@giftedHKO shared masses of fantastic methods at #mathsconf29. I especially like this intelligent bearings undertaking:
It would seem like a ridiculously prolonged time given that my very last submit. I cannot manage the workload that my function delivers in the 2nd 50 % of the summertime expression (timetabling, managing assessments and experiences, major changeover, and so on and many others, and all without the need of the luxury of gained time simply because we only have Yrs 7 to 10!). Luckily future 12 months items will be different, as I am modifying roles, and I hope to be able to give resourceaholic extra of my time.
In spite of the troubles of the summertime phrase, I did (of system!) make time for mathsconf very last weekend. I have finished a mathsconf just about every June given that 2015. I love it when these conferences consider area in Kettering since it can be so quick to get to by educate (apart from when there’s a countrywide train strike…).
Thank you to everybody who attended my speak ‘Challenge in Just about every Topic’ which I specifically appreciated planning and offering. It was one particular of my favourites. I have made the decision not to share the slides in this article so I can repeat the workshop at conferences in the long term, but delegates have been despatched the slides by La Salle.
I also experienced the privilege of attending the MEI Convention on Thursday and Friday. I was specified two times away from school to go to this, which I am exceptionally grateful for. The meeting was sponsored by Casio who not only provided the most effective convention goody baggage ever (such as Casio hoodies!) but also funded seemingly unlimited wine with the meeting evening meal! Yay for Casio.
The MEI Meeting has a really unique vibe to the Saturday mathsconfs. It is really more academic, moves at a different speed and feels remarkably collaborative (there ended up a lot of opportunities to have deep, reflective discussions with both equally fellow academics and maths education and learning industry experts).
I experienced a terrific time at both of those functions, and now have a ton of ideas buzzing in my head for September.
I also relished putting on my two new maths t shirts to these conferences! (both of those from Redbubble – I finished up obtaining a single for totally free mainly because they messed up my buy!).
Right here are a couple factors you may possibly have missed in new weeks:
- Sparx Maths has created a totally free 12 months 6 – Yr 7 Changeover Booklet. Here they have collated a list of 130 inquiries to assistance Year 6 students’ transitioning into Year 7. You can download it below.
- La Salle a short while ago launched a no cost 128-website page Process Booklet. It is really a collection of thoroughly crafted responsibilities which intention to encourage mathematical pondering and conduct in the classroom.
I program to write a number of weblog posts over summer months about obstacle at Key Stage 3, so do search out for them.
Finally, have you noticed the attractive new maths sets from Helix? They sent me a few to try out out. I really like the colours, and the reality they are produced from recycled materials. Many thanks Helix!