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Secondary Magazine - Issue 94


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Created on 30 November 2012 by ncetm_administrator
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Secondary Magazine Issue 94Image: star@2x by peapod labs some rights reserved, reproduced under the Creative Commons 2.0 license
 

Welcome to Issue 94 of the Secondary Magazine (incorporating FE)

The Christmas holiday will provide a change in routine and time to take stock of the academic year so far. A good time to think about the direction your teaching is taking and to re-think your principles about good quality teaching and learning in your classroom in preparation for the New Year. This issue will provide some ideas for your pedagogy, some new resources and some things to ponder over during the festive season. Have a restful break and best wishes for 2013.

Contents

From the editor - mathematics across the curriculum
So are pupils in your school able to transfer the skills they learn in mathematics to their other subjects? This article considers some possible ways to make pupils’ experience of mathematics more consistent in your school.
 
A resource for the classroom - number and shape mystery
This mystery using basic concepts of number and shape may be a tool which could be used to develop pupil independence and problem solving skills. 
 
Focus on...the use of ICT to enhance learning in the mathematics classroom
This issue contains the sixth in a series of Focus on... articles looking at an aspect of pedagogy in mathematics. The last ten years has seen tremendous changes in new technologies and has given us some fantastic ways of enhancing our mathematics teaching. How have you embraced the ICT revolution?
 
5 things to do
The Royal Institution Christmas lectures, Twitter and the Battle of Trafalgar are all included in this Christmas stocking of ideas.
 
Tales from the classroom
How do you introduce algebra to your pupils? In this Tale our author describes his strategy to exemplify the idea that algebra is generalised arithmetic in his classroom.  

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