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Problem solving lesson for students aiming for a Grade 5.

Promoting your Maths Department on Open Evening

Five practical tips for promoting your mathematics department on open evening.

How to Use Mini-Whiteboards in Mathematics Lessons to Engage Students

This blog post provides tips on how to use mini-whiteboards for problem-solving, collaboration, assessment, and differentiation.

Setting up your Maths Classroom

Setting up your Maths Classroom If you’re new to teaching mathematics or have recently been given a new teaching room, this blog is designed to help you set up your maths classroom, so you have more time to focus on the teaching. Keeping your board pens within arm’s reach of your whiteboard, being able to…

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Explore geometric series in this concise 10-minute video, ideal for A-Level students and teachers.

This blog offers A-Level math teachers a guide on applying rules of indices.

It covers basics, misconceptions, and a four-part lesson with key questions.

Learn how to teach students about multiplying and dividing numbers by 0.1, 0.01 and 0.001 using the place value table.

Calculating best buys using ratio.

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Planes of Symmetry in 3D Shapes

Planes of Symmetry in 3D Shapes for Key Stage 3/GCSE students.

Use isometric paper for hands-on learning and enhanced understanding.

GCSE Trigonometry Skills & SOH CAH TOA Techniques

Master GCSE Math: Get key SOH-CAH-TOA tips, solve triangles accurately, and tackle area tasks. Ideal for students targeting grades 4-5.

Explore Regions in the Complex Plane with A-Level Further Maths: inequalities, Argand diagrams, and geometric interpretations.

Problem-Solving with Loci in the Complex Plane

Struggling with complex loci? Break it down: 1️⃣ Identify the locus, 2️⃣ Sketch accurately, 3️⃣ Apply geometry. Master loci with these examples!

GCSE Maths Equation Solving Strategies

Discover key strategies for solving GCSE Maths equations.

Perfect for students aiming for grades 4 and 5, with practical examples and tips.

Further Pure 1 Scheme of Work on Taylor’s Series for A-Level Further Mathematics teachers.

Includes fully planned lessons with worked solutions.

Scheme of work for advanced calculus techniques including Weisterstrass Substitution, L’Hospital’s rule and Lebnitz’s theorem.

Ellipse and Hyperbola Conic Sections

Scheme of work on conic sections covering the equation and eccentricity of an ellipse and hyperbola.

Regression, Correlation and Hypothesis Testing

A-Level Scheme of work: Edexcel A-Level Mathematics Year 2: Statistics: Regression, Correlation and Hypothesis Testing

Interpreting Cumulative Frequency Graphs

Linking cumulative frequency graphs to ratio, percentages and financial mathematics.

Plotting Scatter Graphs and Understanding Correlation

Common misconceptions when plotting scatter graphs and does correlation always mean causation?

Scheme of work for applied A-Level mathematics: Statistics: Data Collection

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Planes of Symmetry in 3D Shapes for Key Stage 3/GCSE students.

Use isometric paper for hands-on learning and enhanced understanding.

March 8, 2024

Master GCSE Math: Get key SOH-CAH-TOA tips, solve triangles accurately, and tackle area tasks. Ideal for students targeting grades 4-5.

March 7, 2024

Explore Regions in the Complex Plane with A-Level Further Maths: inequalities, Argand diagrams, and geometric interpretations.