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Primary Magazine - Issue 91

Created on 10 August 2016 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 09 September 2016 by ncetm_administrator


Primary Magazine Issue 91
Welcome to another issue of our Primary Magazine, which has now been serving primary teachers for 91 issues with a varied collection of articles related to maths education and mathematics professional development - all of which are available in the Primary Magazine Archive.


In Digging Deeper each month we will explore an element of mathematics teaching linked to current developments and research: in this issue we look at some of the things we can learn from the end of KS1 and KS2 tests papers.

Aspects of… provides a number of bitesize ideas related to a specific element of mathematics; this month: aspects of Y6.

Seen and Heard provides a specific example of a child’s response to mathematics in a classroom to stimulate thinking and provoke questions about how you would react to similar events in your own classroom. In this issue we consider approaches to a two-step problem.

Next month we will have articles focused on what can be learnt from the end of KS1 and KS2 tests papers and preparing for Y6. But first, as always, we have a News section, bringing news from the NCETM and beyond to keep you up to date with the fast-changing world of mathematics education.



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