TES Maths Podcast episodes 7 – 9 now live

tesTES Maths Podcast episodes 7-9  are now live.

Episode 7- Flipped Learning and Singapore Maths

Join Craig Barton for the seventh episode of the TES maths podcast – your monthly dose of mathematical debate, ideas and resources. The guests this month are two teachers: Colin Hegarty and Brian Arnold. They cover several of their interests, including flipped learning, Singapore Maths, the use of iPads and technology in the classroom, quad blogging and being advanced skills teachers. Please visit TES maths podcast episode 7 to access the links to the resources and ideas discussed throughout the show. You can also continue the discussion in the forum.

Episode 8- Primary Transition Special

Join Craig Barton for the eighth episode of the TES maths podcast – your monthly dose of mathematical debate, ideas and resources. In this special episode, Craig visits two primary schools in sunny Lancashire to investigate the transition between primary school and secondary school. Includes interviews with students, teachers and educational advisers. Please visit TES maths podcast episode 8 to access the links to the resources and ideas discussed throughout the show. You can also continue the discussion in the forum.

Episode 9- Running Enquiry Based Learning and Heads of Department

Join Craig Barton for the ninth episode of the TES maths podcast – your monthly dose of mathematical debate, ideas and resources. For this episode, Craig is joined in the studio by Andrew Blair, an experienced head of department and the man behind the Inquiry Maths website. They discuss running a successful inquiry based lesson, the changing role of the head of department (including sound advice for anyone thinking of taking up the role) and the classic question of what makes an outstanding lesson. Click here.

All of the podcast episodes can also be downloaded from the iTunes store free of charge here.

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