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Fluent Understanding of Skills and Concepts
Interpret and Communicate Information
Acquire Techniques to Solve Problems
Reasoning and Drawing Conclusions
The interactive schemes of work structure topics and learning objectives so they naturally build and extend on each other. Students appreciate the relevance of their previous learning and predict what is to come in future lesson. Using Mr Mathematics schemes of work students have a conceptual and connected understanding of mathematics.
Every lesson is designed to empower the teacher to teach outstanding mathematics lessons their own way. Equipping teachers with the best resources and assistance to interact with their students underpins every lesson.
Through a skill based, problem solving approach to every lesson students gain a conceptual and intuitive understanding of GCSE Mathematics.
Whether it’s with their teacher, as part of a team or even on their own every lesson provides an opportunity for students to consolidate and apply their learning.
To introduce teaching reciprocals of numbers and terms I begin the lesson explaining that everything has an opposite. The opposite of shutting a door is to open it. The opposite of saying hello is to say goodbye. Numbers have opposites too we call them reciprocals. Teaching Reciprocals of Numbers and Terms To start the lesson […]
When I teach how to find the surface area of cylinders I like to add a constant level of challenge and enjoyment to the lesson. Rather than repetitively calculating the surface area of a cylinder I introduce more complex cylindrical shapes. How to find the Surface Area of Cylinders To find the surface area of […]
Inspiring students to enjoy maths and feel the success that comes with attempting a difficult challenge is why I teach. The feeling of success is addictive. The more students experience it the more they want it and the further out of their comfort zone they are willing to go to get more of it. Teaching […]