Resourceaholic: 5 Maths Gems # 129 Uk Education

Welcome to my 129thth Post gems. Here I share some of the latest news, ideas, and resources for math teachers.

1. Introductory brochure
Miss H (@ MissJHE_) made an introductory brochure for the sixth year that she shared Here. It includes a lot of activities for your new carpenters in the summer as well as an introduction to the math teachers in your department. I created inspired by it my own version – I used a lot of Miss H’s ideas, so it saved me a lot of time. – I am very grateful to her for sharing this on Twitter.

2. Removal

Richard Perring (@LearningMaths) shared a nice question, and @MathyMahdi replied with a brilliant gif:

3. Learning trips

Some large parts of the curriculum work have recently been shared on Twitter. The production must have taken forever. Many thanks to these teachers for sharing.

@ MrPatFerrers149 shared his school’s Maths Learning Journey, which can be viewed Here.

@GemmaHeald made a curriculum overview for her students that is available Here.

4. Slowly display diagrams
Thanks to this post by @benorlin I discovered the website by @ Jennalaib. Read Ben’s post first and then the website. It’s packed with data literacy resources that are perfect for those: “What do you notice?” Discussions.

5. Tasks

Upcoming CPD opportunities

  • Tom Manners (@ Mannermatics) has launched a new series of interviews called ‘#ResourceFULL‘who focus on mathematical resources. He has a number of guests in a row. I will be here at 8pm on June 17th.
  • La Salle is virtual # MathsConf23 takes place on June 20. There is a great number of speakers and some really interesting sessions are planned. It is now sold out (three thousand delegates!). You can buy your competition ticket for this event (and support Macmillan Cancer). Here.
  • Seneca will hold a free mini math conference on the morning of July 4th. Book your place Here.
Don’t forget mine Youtube channel is full of free CPD, and that Seneca course Because my book – which has so far been completed by over 1300 people – is also completely free (if you liked it, please buy it my bookand leave me a nice Amazon review!).
Finally, I recently noticed that some teachers don’t know some excellent websites that have always existed – if you’re new to teaching and your training provider hasn’t told you much about where to get resources, please check out my old Classic post Resources. In particular, it is important to know that CIMT has a lot of interactive materials for it Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9 (Examples and exercises without registration) that teachers may find helpful when setting up distance learning.

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