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 year 6a maths 2010

Monthly Archives: June 2009
6 to Start
I had a fascinating probability lesson with my year 11 class last week. I love probability partly because some of it is counter intuitive. The idea for this activity came from the text: Hammond et al (1994). “Mathematics Learning for Life … Continue reading
9 Dogs
In my Year 9 Maths class I gave Lauren the 9 dogs puzzle. This came about after I asked her if she had any dogs. Lauren promptly told me that she has a Labrador and a Golden Retriever. She prefers … Continue reading
Newspapers
My Foundation Maths class have now completed Semester 1. We have completed lots of skills exercises, and 3 extended projects. These involved maps, scale drawings, buying a car, geometrical shapes and planning a road trip. Just as important, we have … Continue reading
Posted in Maths in the News, Teaching Ideas
Tagged area, graphs, length, measurement, newspaper, percentage
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Top 10 Websites
Picking the Top 10 Mathematics websites will always be subjective. But I’m going to do it anyway. Keep in mind that I am a secondary school Mathematics teacher. Also I am looking at these websites from a teachers perspective. Therefore … Continue reading
KikanShido
I first came across this term whilst attending a presentation by Prof. David Clarke (Melbourne University) at the annual MAV conference. KikanShido is a Japanese term which literally “means ‘between desks instruction’ where the teacher walks around the classroom, predominantly … Continue reading
I think, therefore I am
This quote is generally attributed to Rene Descartes, the great French Mathematician. To solve Maths problems you need to think, so I have started a new student problem solving blog to encourage my students, and students anywhere in the world, … Continue reading