Various researches have shown that quick math questions are the great way to help students generate answers and learn better. Keep reading to pick up useful ideas.
Challenge Accepted: Find The Best Websites For Maths Starters
I was recently asked by the Maths Primary Initiative (Maths Pi), to find the top websites which could support teachers … More
Deepen mathematical understanding with ‘Think Boards’
I went to an education conference recently, and in one session a maths expert shared ‘Think Boards’. They are a … More
Ten Quick Questions: A Fantastic, Free Mental Maths Tool.
Ten Quick Questions is a free program you can download on your computer. It looks quite dated, but is still … More
Everything You Need To Run A Whole School Maths Mastery Event
I recently organised an event in my school: ‘Mastering Maths Day’. The aim was to encourage further embedding of ‘mastery‘ … More
A great maths game, perfect for early years.
There are a lot of educational apps and games in the App Store and a great maths one is Dora is counting … More
Improve your students’ ability and confidence in maths with DoodleMaths.
DoodleMaths is a maths app, perfect for use in the classroom. It is fully aligned to the UK national curriculum and aims … More
My article for the International Teachers Magazine: Everything you need to run an inter-school online competition.
After recently running the Federation of British Schools in Asia (FOBISIA) maths online tournament, I decided to share what I … More
Take A Look At The Maths Mastery Materials I Wrote For The Scholastic Online Resource Bank.
I recently wrote some content for Scholastic. It was a short article on mastery in mathematics; followed by some open-ended … More
Matific Is A Great Primary Maths Learning Tool.
Matific is simply excellent. It’s available at Matific.com or alternatively as an app (on both Google Play and the App … More