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Secondary Magazine - Issue 61


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Created on 24 May 2010 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 08 June 2010 by ncetm_administrator

 

Secondary Magazine Issue 61boy, greek cross dissection puzzle and postage stamp
 

Welcome to Issue 61 of the Secondary Magazine. 
 

Contents

From the editor
Asking ourselves questions about learning atmospheres can help us to think of changes that will make a big difference.
 
It's in the News!
The World Cup
This resource provides students with data about some of the teams competing in the competition and invites the students to use the data to offer a reasoned argument predicting who they think will win the famous trophy. Data given includes the FIFA world ranking of international teams, data from the International Federation of Football History and Statistics about the strongest team coaches and national leagues, and figures from previous head-to-head matches between some of the top teams.
 
The Interview - Peter Lacey
Researching teaching, and sharing struggles and successes, have helped to shape Peter’s work in mathematics education. He is Managing Director of ECARDA, an education consultancy, and is also Chair of the General Council of ATM.
 
Focus on...Dudeney's Greek cross-dissection puzzles
People have found these puzzles to be wonderful and bewildering, but they are really not difficult if we use a little thought and judgment.
 
An idea for the classroom - Adam's Move
Students act out a different kind of puzzle devised by Henry Ernest Dudeney.
 
Letters between teachers
A teacher parent fights for opportunities that he believes are the right of all learners.
 
5 things to do this fortnight
Make fractal cookies, learn the 17 times table, get to grips with ICT, explore co-operative activities, and find out more about the NCETM.
 
Diary of a subject leader
Issues in the life of an anonymous subject leader
Our subject leader checks up on a student working in a butcher’s shop, dresses up as a 16th century mathematician, chairs a meeting that goes wrong, and reports back to his faculty about new staff appointments. 
 
Contributors to this issue include: Peter Lacey, Sue Madgwick, Mary Pardoe, Jim Thorpe and Peter Ransom.
 
 
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