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Secondary Magazine - Issue 61: 5 things to do

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Secondary Magazine Issue 61chocolate fractal cookies

5 things to do this fortnight

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Learn the 17 times table in 10 minutes! Jill Mansergh uses questioning and a number stick to enable you, in only a few minutes, to say, from memory and in order, the multiples of 17 from 0 to 170. You are sure to find that her way of teaching you this times table is really brilliant!

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The 2010 annual Technology for Secondary Mathematics (TSM) workshop will take place at Oundle School from Tuesday 13 July to Thursday 15 July. There is still time to book your place at this exciting event, and really get to grips with ICT in mathematics teaching and learning.

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Teaching and learning are co-operative activities. If you live in the Birmingham area you can engage in and discuss creative ideas to use in your classroom at the ATM Birmingham branch meeting on Wednesday 16 June at 7pm. In this session, Katherine Carlisle and David Lawrence will build on their presentation and discussions at the recent British Congress of Mathematics Education (BCME) conference.

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At the Summer Meeting (on Saturday, 12 June at 2pm) of the Yorkshire Branch of the Mathematical Association, NCETM Regional Coordinator Bryony Black will provide an overview of what the NCETM can do for you. This will be an excellent opportunity for you to look at a wide range of resources, explore the portal and share your own experiences.

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Why not make a delicious batch of chocolate and butter fractal cookies? Then you can munch your way through your own lovely, edible fractals!

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