Problem Solving with Peg Solitaire Mathematics Teaching, MT 267 July 2019 The Journal of the Association of Teachers of Mathematics After over thirty years my original University project has been polished and extended and is now in print in the
Thank you to a wonderful student who had the courage to come up to me in the pub and thank me for being a fantastic teacher😃 I knew she would turn out well; having gone on to do Maths A
Congratulations to my 12th Grader who graduated from High School this week👩🏻🎓🎉 If you ever need further help with Math just let me know. Good luck in all your future studies. Remembering our lessons😃
Another fantastic year! Thank you to everyone who has been part of this journey.
Visit to St Swithun’s School Mathematics Department Thursday 27th September 2018 After thirty five years I returned to Winchester on a chilly but sunny morning to visit the school where I studied Maths & Further Maths at A level. Having
Before the new academic year kicks in with a vengeance, here are some of my highlights over the last few months. My doggie resource travelled to North Carolina for a game of ‘pin the tail on the dog’ courtesy of
Two years has flown by, it has been a fantastic journey which just gets better. Looking forward to what Year 3 brings.
r = lnθ (-π/11 < θ ≤ 2π) – it looks like the letter ‘e’ Please share any other Polar Coordinates that draw letters. & when you don’t restrict the domain! Thought I’d mention this one, as we were discussing
Happy Birthday to Passion4Maths, website created on 13th March 2016 – thank you to everyone who has contributed with posts, advice or just visiting.
I hope my students know what great mathematicians they are, here is an amazing question from one of them.