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As the Bell Goes: Audio Reflections - Dene Williams

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Created on 17 May 2010 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 08 September 2011 by ncetm_administrator
As the bell goes: Audio reflections

Teacher - Dene Williams

Teacher - Dene WilliamsI teach mathematics years 7 to 11 at a 11-16 co-educational school and I have responsibility for KS4. I also teach the mathematics part of the “Study Plus” initiative to improve the performance of selected pupils.
Audio Reflections by Dene
  • After School Revision Sessions
    Dene talks about the after school revision sessions they undertake at school
  • Designing a car park
    Dene gives a vivid description of a Y10 Functional Maths lesson
  • Functional Maths
    Dene reflects on the challenges of functional maths and describes a simple but novel strategy to help his pupils access functional maths type questions
  • Maxbox
    Dene describes how he resurrected the old 'Maxbox' coursework task to great effect
  • Olympics Lesson
    Dene describes a maths lesson he ran as part of his school's Olympic Day
  • Pupils Choreographing circle song
    Dene describes how, when some pupils were asked to design some moves and actions related to a mnemonic-type song, it really helps them remember
  • Purr-cent
    Dene describes how a discussion about the derivation of a mathematical word made him and his year 7 pupils smile
  • Sweet Algebra
    Dene talks about the subject of algebra
  • The average year 7 pupil
    Dene discusses a project called the average year 7 pupil, where his class discuss topic such as height and hair colour of the average pupil.


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