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As the Bell Goes: Audio Reflections - Natalie Smith

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Created on 17 May 2010 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 02 September 2011 by ncetm_administrator
As the bell goes: Audio reflections

Teacher - Natalie Smith

I am in my fourth year of teaching in my second school. I teach in an all-girls' school for students aged 11-18. My background is in Maths and Statistics and I came straight into teaching following my PGCE.
Audio Reflections by Natalie:
  • Division
    Natalie describes how she might change the lesson to improve the learning that took place
  • Experimental probability
    Natalie discusses the benefits of early engagement of pupils and cross-topic links
  • Factors, multiples and primes
    Natalie considers the advantages of paired work versus individual work on tasks
  • Money problems
    Natalie thinks about ideas for how to make money problems more engaging through a practical approach
  • Number work
    Natalie discusses a range of ways of assessing pupil progress in lessons
  • Revision activities
    Natalie discusses how group work can help revision by working together, using key diagrams
  • Solving equation team game
    Natalie discusses how a team game can help pupil engagement, and the issues required to reinforce future work.


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