Are you teaching any of these in 2015? the real.

Because if you are, I’d like to try an experiment.

I’d like to share some resources with you.  They’ve been deliberately designed with the hope that they can be picked up by another teacher (sorry, maths only) and used to teach the subject.

In return, I’d just like some feedback.  I’d like to know:

  1. Whether you ended up using the resource, and to what extent?
  2. If you didn’t, why you felt you couldn’t use it.
  3. If you did, how you used it in your context.
  4. If you did, whether there are any additions/alterations that you felt you had to make.

That’s it!  In short, the resources are deliberately designed such that they should, hopefully, dramatically reduce your workload.  What they are not, however, are lesson plans.  The fact that they’re not structured around any one lesson should help teachers to tailor delivery to whatever context they work in.

I’ll go…

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About Kris Boulton

Teach First 2011 maths teacher, focussed on curriculum design.
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