There isn’t a problem in teaching or learning that someone somewhere hasn’t solved. We just need to find them and take some field notes.
– Doug Lemov
This is part of a series offering my opinion on some problems with UK maths education. The first part looked at the state of affairs with regards to GCSE and PISA results, and the second part looked at my attempt at a diagnosis. This post addresses where to find potential solutions.
Adam Creen responded to my first two posts in this series with this correct observation:
This is true. After all, many agreed with my diagnosis and could identify with my experiences, but no-one offered any solutions. If the problem is widely recognized but there’s no…
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