The future of Great Maths Teaching Ideas

6 Responses

  1. Paul Freeman says:

    I think your idea is excellent – the ease of access by having “everything”/”alternatives” in one place is something I know that all teachers would appreciate.

    A (vague) level/grade guide next to each link/resource would be handy too, I appreciate this would be very difficult/time consuming if resources are not “pre-levelled” and of course many resources cover the levels or “elf-differentiate” anyway.

    I hope you able to turn this into a reality, good luck !!

  2. Dave Adamson says:

    This is a great idea and to have all ideas and resources in one place will make life a lot easier for a lot of people. I hope to do the same with my website although it’s just in its infancy.

    Good luck and I hope it continues to be as successful as you have been.


  3. Dani says:

    This is a great idea and a good addition to what’s available (i.e. something new that makes use of what is already there). Particularly for those new to teaching, it would be good if there was a section on, or specific comment space for, ‘common misconceptions’ or ‘common barriers’ where teachers can describe where pupils typically make mistakes or struggle. Perhaps there could be different types of comment thread, for ‘general’ (mostly people saying thank you to you:), ‘additional resources and approaches’ (e.g. linking to other nice resources and ideas they’ve seen, to be added as the moderator(s) have time to sift), and ‘common errors and misconceptions’.

  4. Alan says:

    I think this is a fantastic idea! Will you be putting links to resources that are on the TES website?

  5. Mark says:

    What a fantastic idea. As a new teacher it is not always difficult to find a resource but can be problematic when finding a method of sharing the resource effectively, i think your idea will fill that void.

    Best of luck with the transition 🙂

  6. I look forward to being able to use your maths resources in my classes this year. Thank you.