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The value of 'just a minute'

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Constructivist Teaching and Learning

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The Benefits of the Khan Academy

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Why Do Bright Pupils Have Difficulty with Maths?

How is it that many bright, hardworking and ambitious students struggle so with maths? After...

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  • Where To Go Online For Free Help With GCSE Maths

    Brendan B GCSE Maths Tutor (Bath) Picture Supporting your child through their maths GCSE can feel daunting. You may have heard about the new changes in the grading and the specifications and might be wondering what that is all about, and how that will affect your son or daughter as they prepare for their exams. Well there is actually...
  • Back to Basics With Maths

    A-Ling Chan GCSE Maths Tutor (Croydon) Picture It is a trend amongst many to settle with being bad at maths and believing that you need to be a genius to be great at it, just because it is difficult. That's not true. All it takes is hard work and perseverance. Just like in life, in maths, the problem isn't usually the answer, but further...
  • Pascal's Number Patterns Editor's Pick

    Mike Shaw GCSE Maths Tutor (Liverpool) Picture One of the beauties of mathematics is its ability to display relationships and patterns of numbers. The French mathematician, Blaise Pascal, was a particular proponent of this branch of mathematics and this is demonstrated no more so, than in Pascal's Triangle. Pascal's Triangle is formed by...


  • Why Tuition Is Particularly Helpful In Maths Editor's Pick

    Kevin Baker GCSE Maths Tutor (North London) Picture I have spent fifteen years teaching maths in some excellent schools, and have been lucky enough to have some amazing and inspiring students – but one thing has always struck me about why so many people find maths hard. Even teachers who think they are doing a great job have days when students...
  • Misconceptions In Maths

    Amy Elliott GCSE Maths Tutor (Guildford) Picture Misconceptions in mathematics can be the reason your child is struggling - they are so frequently observed, yet not always identified. What is the difference between a mistake and a misconception? When a student makes a mistake they understand the algorithm, but there is a computational error...
  • Ways Of Getting Help With A Maths Problem

    Amrita Dodd GCSE Maths Tutor (Birmingham) Picture Brain Book Buddy Boss You might have heard of this catchy phrase that teachers sometimes use in school. It relates to how to help yourself through a Maths problem or revision. Often in the classroom there is only one teacher and over 30 pupils, several of whom might be finding the topic...