This morning I found myself shouting at my radio. The national examination results for 16-year-olds had just been released. Two … Continue reading Mathematics is hard: Another story we tell.
I have been going to the Edinburgh fringe festival for over 35 years. I always return invigorated, inspired and wondering … Continue reading Mathematics: The stories we tell
A friend teaching in an early years setting was concerned she was “having to teach fractions before the children had … Continue reading Cuisenaire and flat bed trucks
Wherever I visit schools, I am impressed by how teachers use resources to support their teaching. Sometimes through the use … Continue reading Making the most of resources
I am editing the latest edition of Mathematics Teaching and I have been enjoying an article by Clare Hill. She … Continue reading Talking mathematics
I am tutoring the son of a friend, we’ll call him Joe. In the UK, a good grade in mathematics … Continue reading Exclusion through mathematics teaching
Before a session I taught last week I was introduced to a participant who is deaf and her personal assistant … Continue reading Everybody was equal …