A major problem we have at schools is a real lack of freedom to study what you want. I remember being 16 years old and looking at various university courses, and being surprised at the sheer number of different courses there was to choose from. But then there was the feeling of overwhelming...
I believe in tailoring the teaching approach to each student’s needs and individual learning style. For adults, I work with them to develop a personalised programme to enable them to achieve their goals. For school children and university students, I discuss their aims with them - and with...
A quadratic expression is the form ax2 + bx + c where a, b, c, are constant. The simplest quadratic form is when a=1 so we have x2 + bx + c. There are a number of different teaching methods used in explaining how to solve quadratic equations. Students tend to find “quadratic relations are one of...
This is one of the cutest pieces of geometry I know. It has all the right ingredients, simple to understand, but astonishing! It goes like this:
Take any old quadrilateral, and construct squares on each edge. Now take the line segments joining the centres of the squares on opposite sides....
The Music of the Primes (English subtitle: Why an Unsolved Problem in Mathematics Matters; American subtitle: Searching to Solve the Greatest Mystery in Mathematics) is a 2003 book by Marcus du Sautoy, a professor in mathematics at the University of Oxford, on the history of prime number theory....
It is September and back to school time!
Maths can be a daunting and difficult for many students, and it is unique from other subjects in the way that knowledge is built upon throughout the learning process in order to reach answers and have a complete understanding. This is why it is never too...
My opinion on A Level Maths: I believe that it should include an element of basic logic so that pupils can see the link between mathematical methods and the structure of arguments used in philosophy, science, computer programming, politics and all areas where ideas are debated.
Mathematics requires a very logical and operational approach in achieving success.
When I was studying AS Level Mathematics, I was disheartened as I received a grade of E.
Now you may be wondering how I brought this up to an A, which was the highest UMs mark in my college. This was achieved by...
I believe that mathematics is more important and interesting than other subjects in education. It’s important because to progress further in life you need good functional skills. For example, in higher education, getting a job, business and day to day life.
How to be successful in exams
Having tutored students at different levels and for various exam boards, I have devised or adopted some methods that schools often don't teach. These can enhance a student's understanding and/or speed up their exam performance. Examples include rules for finding factors of numbers and a more...
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