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Rekenrek 101
Pushing Mathematical Understanding
Amy How - Nov 26, 2019
Designed and developed by a mathematic curriculum researcher at the Freudenthal Institute at Utrecht University, the rekenrek is an exciting and innovative classroom tool that enhances and supports the natural development of number sense in children. It encourages learning across a range of mathematical skills and concepts, from simple addition and...
Mary Myatt
Nov 20, 2020
@TMcLellan_12345 @rekenrek101 Great book Tina!     source
The Biggest Surprise
Jadon And The Talking Trains
Taneisha Pascoe-Matthews - Aug 19, 2020
A beautifully illustrated children’s book that will be loved by all. The main character Jadon is autistic, but he is so much more. He is handsome, smart, caring, friendly, energetic and a collector of different types of toy trains. The story outlines a lovely surprise with his latest collection. Inspired by real-life events....
Mary Myatt
Sep 07, 2020
The Biggest Surprise: Jadon And The Talking Trains by Taneisha Pascoe-Matth... Lovely book from @Mellow_Pascoe     source
Trivium 21c
Preparing Young People for the Future with Lessons From the Past
Martin Robinson - Sep 16, 2013
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Universities in the Middle Ages focused on three skills to develop the intellectual abilities of students, one - grammar, two - logic, and three - rhetoric. In this well-researched and fascinating work discover how these three tenets are as relevant in education today as they were eight hundred years ago.Martin Robinson has taught for twenty years ...
Mary Myatt
Sep 30, 2019
And now @teacherhead talking about the brilliant book from @Trivium21c Trivium 21c: Preparing young people for the future with lessons from the past. Also mentions his latest ‘Athena and the Machine ‘ #3CMBrum     source
How To Teach
Chris Curtis - Sep 16, 2019
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Written by Chris Curtis, 'How to Teach: English: Novels, non-fiction and their artful navigation' is jam-packed with enlivening ideas to help teachers make the subject of English more intellectually challenging for students - and to make it fun too! Never underestimate your duty and power as a teacher of English. English teachers help students to t...
Mary Myatt
Jul 27, 2019
@Xris32 This remarkable book really gets to the bones of teaching English: ‘The more pressurised things become, the more I focus the content. Effective teaching isn’t about overloading. It is about clarity and decluttering.’ Bravo @Xris32     source