The students in our classrooms in 2023 are different to those we taught two, five, or ten years ago, but for many, teaching practices have not evolved to the same degree. So, what should we change, and what should remain the same? How can we reduce the number of times we hear the question, “Why do I need to learn this?”, or the comment, “I’m just not a maths person”? How do we adapt and evolve our practices to make mathematics comprehensible to all students?
What happens to teaching during the coronavirus pandemic? How can we set meaningful mathematics tasks for distance learners? Here’s some advice for teachers and parents to help keep learning on track.
What do we need to do to change the direction of mathematics education in this new decade?
Engaging Maths is back! This is the first in a series of posts about technology and mathematics education. Find out about some important lessons relating to the flipped learning approach in mathematics classrooms.
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We all want our students to be engaged in learning mathematics, but how engaged are we as teachers of mathematics?
Advice for teachers to make mathematics more engaging from the very first day of the school year.