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Secondary Magazine - Issue 106


Created on 10 January 2014 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 21 January 2014 by ncetm_administrator

 

Secondary Magazine Issue 106'Happy New Year 2014' by Jon Glittenberg, some rights reserved
 

Welcome to Issue 106 of the Secondary Magazine

In this issue of the Secondary Magazine, New Year's Resolutions and the opportunities they provide for fresh starts are considered alongside the second of our series of articles in the Key Ideas in Teaching Mathematics series and the last of the thought-provoking articles focusing on the Numbers Count programme. Even if outside is wet and wintry, enjoy the mathematical comfort provided in this issue.

Contents

From the editor - New Year's Resolutions
What is your response to the New Year? Do you make professional New Year's Resolutions? Here are some suggestions from the NCETM.
 
Key Ideas in Teaching Mathematics - geometric and spatial reasoning
This article is the second in a series of six, written by the authors of the recent publication Key Ideas in Teaching Mathematics.
 
A resource for the classroom - geometry problems
In response to the article featured in the Key Ideas in Teaching Mathematics section, this article features some problems designed to develop geometric and spatial reasoning.
 
Focus on...Every Child Counts
In this article, the last in the series, Andy Tynemouth from Edge Hill University and National Adviser for Every Child Counts discusses the problems of supporting learners who struggle to make sense of mathematics.
 
5 things to do
Charlie’s Angles, BCME8, a visualisation for Pi and a mathematical joke are included in this issue.
 
Tales from the classroom: Mocks
How do your pupils cope with the stress of mock examinations? How do you support them? In this Tale, we explore the challenges and opportunities offered by mock examinations in school.

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Page header by Jon Glittenberg, some rights reserved

 

 

 
 
 
 
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21 January 2014 15:14
A very stimulating and thought provoking issue. Thank you!
By mary_pardoe
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