Tagged: context


In search of mastery- lesson study in multiplying fractions

The focus on planning for students to have ‘mastery’ in their learning is much discussed at present. The term ‘mastery’ is somewhat vague and I have read many contrasting attempts by others at defining it. I will not attempt a definition; personally, I am still on the ascent in my understanding of this idea and cannot survey the landscape fully...


TES Maths Podcast 5 now live- special guest… me!

The TES Maths Podcast episode 5 is now live! I was fortunate enough to be asked by Craig Barton to be the special guest on this episode. We discussed two ‘show and tell’ topics: differentiation in the maths classroom and teaching maths in context. I would love to hear your thoughts on the episode and the ideas we discussed. Click...