This week's PoT features a few great resources for formulae, a superb blog about basic practice and racing snails...
It's been a while since I last did a Pick of Twitter, which is personally quite annoying because it's my only way of chronicling all the good stuff I see on there - I'm going to try and get back into the habit on Sundays from now on!
It seems that we all do a bit of reflection at the end of the year. For me, my targets are a bit like New Year's resolutions - I start off well, but most things have fallen by the wayside by October half term. This year, I vowed to keep my room tidy and organise my equipment better... that didn't happen, and I must have bought about ten new boxes of pens from Tesco as pupils just wander out of the classroom with them. My first SBPC post was about just this - my What Went Wells and Even Better Ifs for this academic year.
As the staggered start to the summer holidays means that we all finish at different times (and yes, I am one of the lucky ones!), I'm reading a few great posts at the moment along just these lines. So today's post is a link to some of those.
Lots of brilliant stuff this fortnight! I'm adding all the fantastic lesson ideas and resources to the Resources by Topic index, but it's a very slow process. I'm hoping to get all the pages done for September 2015. I particularly enjoyed this week's #mathsTLP - I managed to miss the previous one as the bank holiday confused the days for me.
As I was away in London last weekend visiting a friend and completely not thinking about school, here's a fortnight's worth of Twitter picks!
Got a whole fortnight's worth of stuff to fit into this post as Easter holidays mean I've had a little break from frequent Twitter checking! Here are my picks from the last two weeks:
Predictably, lots of the blog posts I've read this week have been about the third Maths Conference last Saturday. Having said that, it's great to read other people's perspectives and get an idea of what went on in all the workshops I didn't attend. Here's a few I've enjoyed: