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Secondary Magazine - Issue 109

Created on 31 March 2014 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 15 April 2014 by ncetm_administrator


Secondary Magazine Issue 109Pace eggs in a dish

Welcome to Issue 109 of the Secondary Magazine

It is our intention that this issue of the Secondary Magazine will distract you from all those chocolate eggs that are available in the shops. Comfort reading rather than comfort eating! Have a relaxing break.


From the editor - How well are you doing?
Pupils’ progress and attainment in mathematics remains an important measure in the school accountability system. How well are you doing?
Key Ideas in Teaching Mathematics - Algebra in Key Stage 3
This article is the fifth in a series of six, written by the authors of the recent publication Key Ideas in Teaching Mathematics.
A resource for the classroom - problems involving quantities and algebraic expressions
In response to the article featured in the Key Ideas in Teaching Mathematics section, this article features some problems designed to develop algebraic reasoning.

5 things to do
How to teach Maths, an update on Maths Hubs, mathematics teaching in Shanghai, pupil voice, and a fascinating video clip of a ghost cube all feature in this article.

Tales from the classroom
The author of our Tale reflects on his priorities as a teacher whilst he takes his daughters to a concert...


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