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How To Find The Slope Of A Line
Much of science and economics is about the rate of change, often with time. This rate of change is the slope of a graph, spreadsheets make this easy to find. Children are taught the equation of a line at primary … Continue reading
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All Children Will Be Expected To Learn Times Tables By 11
Children must memorise times tables up to 12×12 by age 11, says UK education minister Nicky Morgan. WRONG, better to learn how to calculate times tables so you are never stuck. The problem with memorising times tables is to answer … Continue reading
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Primary School Arithmetic Is Essential To Pass Many GCSEs
Primary school arithmetic and maths is necessary to pass many GCSEs so it makes sense to master it otherwise it will be harder to learn new stuff for GCSEs Here are some of them Accounting Biology Business and Economics Business … Continue reading
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One Way To Improve Maths Sats Results – Better Teaching
In 2009 Barton Hill Primary Bristol invited Richard Dunne to help improve maths teaching for year 6. Dispatches Kids Don’t Count recorded the results. Kids Don’t Count was aired in 2 parts in February 2010. Here is part 2. The … Continue reading
Learning Times Tables – How Folding A Tape Measure Can Help
There are many ways you can help your children learn times tables, folding a tape measure is one of them. In this post (and associated video) I use 3 × 5 = 15 as an example. Tape Measure Folded In … Continue reading
Carol Vorderman On Sky News Thursday 24 January 2013
Sky News had an interview with Carol Vorderman today, 24 January 2013. A cynic might say it was free advertising for her latest product. Yet she said something which made my ears prick up. What was it? Studies in US … Continue reading
Learn 3 And 4 Times Tables Easily Using Your Fingers
Here’s a really simple way to help your children or grandchildren learn the 3 and 4 times tables using their fingers. The video explains it all but for those who don’t like videos. We count moving through numbers one at … Continue reading
Higher Maths Anxiety – Is It Any Different From Fear And Anxiety
The Daily Mail today has a story about how maths CAN really make your head hurt, which reports on the rather more sober article in “Plos One” by Sian Beilock and Ian Lyons from University of Chicago. It seems to … Continue reading
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Learning Times Tables – Rote Learning Understanding Or Do You Need Both
Recently in UK Nick Herbet, the schools minister, said pupils should learn their tables by rote at primary school. A few days later it was reported teaching children maths by making them learn times tables by rote could worsen exam … Continue reading
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Summer Holidays Games and Maths
School summer holidays are a great time for children to play free from the routine of having to go to school every weekday. Some children drop back during the long break, whilst others do not. A gap begins to open … Continue reading