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LSIS STEM Mathematics Network 8 th December 2011. Aims of the day To share good ideas which have worked well for other maths and numeracy teachers To provide delegates with resources, techniques and information which will help in their teaching and learning activities.

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Lsis stem mathematics network 8 th december 2011
LSIS STEM Mathematics Network8th December 2011

  • Aims of the day

    • To share good ideas which have worked well for other maths and numeracy teachers

    • To provide delegates with resources, techniques and information which will help in their teaching and learning activities.



Functional maths using multimedia to get your students wanting to solve problems1
Functional Maths: using multimedia to get your students wanting to solve problems

  • Do you use multimedia to motivate your learners?

  • Google “danmeyers video blog”for more ideas

  • Make a video, take a photo, build a lesson.......


From e3 to l2 dealing with a range of ability
From E3 to L2 – dealing with a range of ability wanting to solve problems

  • Think about 2 recent teaching sessions.

    • Which of the two would you describe as more successful in meeting the needs of all your learners? Why?


From e3 to l2 dealing with a range of ability1
From E3 to L2 – dealing with a range of ability wanting to solve problems

  • What’s the problem? All classes are mixed-ability....

    • Spend two minutes jotting down the particular issues you have (or have had). Write them on post-it notes.

    • Get together and see if you can put them in categories. (You can add more issues if you think of them)


From e3 to l2 dealing with a range of ability2
From E3 to L2 – dealing with a range of ability wanting to solve problems

  • What’s the solution?

    • Have you dealt with any of these (successfully)?


From e3 to l2 dealing with a range of ability3
From E3 to L2 – dealing with a range of ability wanting to solve problems

  • What resources are there?

    • Skills workshop www.skillsworkshop.org/

    • Bowland Maths www.bowland.org.uk


What have you done differently recently
What have you done differently recently? wanting to solve problems

Over to you!


What have you done differently recently1
What have you done differently recently? wanting to solve problems

The Boy problem

I have two children. One of them is a boy.

What’s the probability I have two boys?


What have you done differently recently2
What have you done differently recently wanting to solve problems?

  • NCETM

    • FE Forum

    • ICT Forum

    • FE Magazine

    • Guidance


Hard to teach topics for as and a2
Hard to teach topics for AS and A2 wanting to solve problems

  • Some resources

    • Improving learning in mathematicsIn the STEM Centre e-Library

    • Geogebra files for calculus www.mnwest.edu/fileadmin/static/website/dmatthews/Geogebra/GeogebraAppletIndexB.htm


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