This review is for Sumaze! which is a problem solving app developed by both MEI and Sigma Network.
A review of Create A Test. A tool that is designed to take the pain out of creating maths assessments.
Prime Climb is a beautiful, colorful, mathematical board game designed for 2 to 4 players.
Is your classroom a battlefield or a playing field? This post looks at strategies for building a rapport with your students in order to create a positive climate for learning.
iDoceo is a massively powerful tool that has transformed the way that I work and has really helped me raise my organisation game to another level. In this post, I’ll help you get started and give you some ideas on how to make it useful.
Involving parents is one of the most powerful ways of engaging young people with their learning and furthering their motivation to achieve. There are whole school strategies for supporting parental involvement but this post will focus on what you can do as a classroom teacher.
A really positive idea for teachers to try with your classes. Guaranteed to improve the quality of work produced by your students!
The other day I came across an interesting little application called ‘Numerous’. It is available on both iOS and Android and as it’s title suggests, it is all about numbers.
Since joining Twitter about 2 years ago, I have come across hundreds, if not thousands of lesson ideas, resources and tips/tricks. Finding a solution to saving and organising these ideas hasn’t been an easy task… until now…
The nice thing about some of the games available on the app store (or Google Play, if you are that way inclined) is that it gives people an opportunity to develop problem solving and logical thinking skills while having fun. Below is a list of my top n (I may add to it) apps that fall into this category – In no particular order.