There is no escape...believe it or not. Mathematics is everywhere.

I am new to this web site and have a subject I would like to discuss.

I am a retired engineer, an MA of Trinity College, Cambridge, having graduated in 1948, and have become interested in the way children are taught numbers rather late in life.

This came about as a result of trying to a help an eight year old in the village who had lost his way mathematically, and had very little understanding of the number system.

I have always held the view that the understanding of an abstract… Continue

I am a retired engineer, an MA of Trinity College, Cambridge, having graduated in 1948, and have become interested in the way children are taught numbers rather late in life.

This came about as a result of trying to a help an eight year old in the village who had lost his way mathematically, and had very little understanding of the number system.

I have always held the view that the understanding of an abstract… Continue

Added by John Taylor Harrison on December 31, 2009 at 4:10pm — No Comments

This is what we have planned for formative assessment in Mathematics.

Macro Plan- Formative assessment in Mathematics - Following guidelines are given to teachers.…

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Macro Plan- Formative assessment in Mathematics - Following guidelines are given to teachers.…

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Added by Rashmi Kathuria on December 17, 2009 at 9:00pm — 1 Comment

Have you succumbed to pressure from students, parents, and administrators to inflate the grades of your mathematics students? How have you been able to effectively avoid such pressures in an attempt to give "honest" grades?

Added by Teaching in Harmony on December 13, 2009 at 4:30am — No Comments

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