Monthly Archives: February 2017

Dan Walker’s Resources
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Dan Walker’s Resources

Dan Walker is one of my favourite TES authors. His clear, uncluttered resources for Key Stage 3 to Key Stage 5 contain quality explanations and clever activities. His slides are well formatted and ready to use, with clear fonts and excellent animated diagrams. In this post I share some examples from Dan Walker’s extensive collection which currently stands at 72 resources.

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Working Well: C1 and C2
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Working Well: C1 and C2

I’m feeling pretty positive about my A level teaching this year. I thought it might be worth sharing the things that I’ve been doing a bit differently. If you teach A level, please comment below or tweet me to tell me what changes you’ve made to your approach over the years that have had a positive impact on your students.

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I teach at a boys’ comprehensive school, having moved there from

5 Maths Gems #69
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5 Maths Gems #69

Welcome to my 69th update from the world of Maths EduTwitter. This is where I share some of the latest ideas and resources for teaching maths.

1. New Diagnostic Questions Collections 
I use diagnosticquestions.com every week to create multiple choice quizzes for my classes. I particularly like the questions provided by AQA, OCR and Edexcel. Recently I’ve also been making use of the new questions

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