In an article in the next issue of Mathematics Teaching, Gareth Lewis and Sue Forsythe share results of research into … Continue reading Why do students opt out of mathematics?
At the weekend I attended a General Council (GC) meeting of the Association of Teachers of Mathematics (ATM) in Derby, … Continue reading Mathematics teaching and learning: Guiding principles.
MT261 is arriving through people’s letter-boxes and in-boxes. There has been much activity on twitter about one of the articles … Continue reading Proof in primary schools
Mathematics Teaching has an artist in residence. There have been articles which focusing on the connections between art and mathematics … Continue reading Mathematics and art
At the British Conference in Mathematics Education (BCME) last week I found myself reflecting on the different slants that presenters … Continue reading No limits to our mathematical noticing
This week is autism awareness week. I wonder what such awareness might look like in the mathematics classroom? I am … Continue reading Autism awareness week
When Stephen Hawking died last week the quote which appeared most often on my social media feeds was: Look up … Continue reading The wonders of the universe and mathematics teaching.