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Mathematics -- Study and teaching -- Great Britain
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- Addressing special educational needs and disability in the curriculum : maths
- Architecture and KS3 maths
- Areas of circles and composite shapes
- Bath bombs and rockets
- Bearings
- Confident mathematics teaching 5 to 13 : INSET in the classroom
- Construction
- Counting girls out : girls and mathematics
- Creating the right atmosphere
- Cricket match
- David Burghes on maths
- Developments in mathematics teaching
- Engineering
- Engineering
- Engineering diploma functional skills
- Equations
- FE skills for life in context, Social care
- Fractions, decimals and percentages
- Fractions, decimals and percentages
- From good to outstanding : James Evelyn
- Fun with maths
- Functional skills
- GCSE maths
- Geometry
- Getting the buggers to add up
- Girls into maths can go
- Goodbye SATs, hello assessment
- Hair and beauty diploma functional skills
- Hard to teach
- Health and beauty
- Hothousing gifted pupils
- Ice rink
- Improving GCSE results, Volume 2, Maths
- In the classroom
- Introduction to the QTS Numeracy Test
- Juggling with algebra
- Just division
- KS3 maths : out of the classroom into the gallery
- Keeping up at KS2
- Key ideas in teaching mathematics : research-based guidance for ages 9-19
- Lesson starters : VAT on suitcase, Percentages
- Lesson starters : measuring height in Durham Cathedral, 2, Architecture and KS3 maths
- Lesson starters : pirate's lost treasure, 4, Angles
- Lesson starters : sharing puppy food, 2, Multiplication and division
- Lesson starters : symmetry and circumference in Durham Cathedral, 3, Architecture and KS3 maths
- Lesson starters : the floor plan of Durham Cathedral, 1, Architecture and KS3 maths
- Magic science and maths
- Making of a top maths department, Testing times
- Making statistics matter
- Managing the process
- Maths
- Maths
- Maths : wrestling with primes
- Maths across the school day
- Maths for the dyslexic : a practical guide
- Maths revision club
- Maths stories
- Maths with Professor Christopher Zeeman
- Mean, Median and Mode
- Melcombe Primary School : Year 5, maths
- New maths technology : in the classroom
- Night train
- Parental involvement and peer tutoring in mathematics and science : developing paired maths into paired science
- Partnerships in maths : parents and schools : the IMPACT Project
- Peer to peer assessment
- Percentages : price discount on suitcase
- Percentages : sharing a cake
- Pizza fractions
- Planning with pupils
- Plans and elevations
- Primary ICT, Whiteboard numeracy
- Problem solving
- Problem-solving
- Problem-solving and other topics
- Ratios and proportions
- Scrapyard
- Seaside
- Shopping mall
- Shopping mall : assorted chocolates, 6, Probability
- Shopping mall : cutting a cake, 8, Fractions
- Shopping mall : using reciprocals, 7, Fractions
- Shopping mall, Value for money
- Simon Brilliant
- Simon Brilliant revisited
- Simon Singh
- Steve Kubairsingh
- Straight-line graphs
- Surface area : octagon
- Taking risks with Ofsted
- Teaching Pythagoras
- Teaching place value
- Teaching support : number problems, 9, Problem-solving
- The mini
- The paired maths handbook : parental involvement and peer tutoring in mathematics
- The shape show
- To a 'C' and beyond
- Travel
- Understanding division
- Understanding fractions
- Understanding place value
- Using dynamic geometry
- Vectors
- Voting technology used for KS2 numeracy

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