On the back of an earlier post on Transforming Functions, I thought I might share some other A/A* lessons I have taught recently. Please note, what has worked well for me and my students, may not work well for you and your students. The idea of the post is to give people a starting point […]

# Category Archives: Edexcel

# Essential Skills A Star

I will be using these worksheets with my year 11 class over the next few weeks as extra homework tasks. The topics covered focus on the most challenging part of the GCSE course and the 5 worksheets get progressively more difficult. I have referenced questions, where possible, to the GCSE maths takeaway menu and I […]

# Transforming graphs

Now, don’t get me wrong, I live in the real world and I completely get that sometimes we just need a way of remembering how to do stuff. But over the past however many years, when I have picked up a year 12 AS maths class, the thing that has annoyed me the most is […]

# Exam paper remix

Remix papers I wrote about how I have been flipping some of my revision lessons last week and said I would post about some other revision ideas, so here it is.. This idea for a revision lesson was given to me a few years ago by a maths adviser who visited our school. I had used […]

# Edexcel Warwick 2014

I recently presented for Edexcel on Innovative methods for teaching Further Mathematics. I wanted to ensure everything was accessible to teachers who are new to teaching further maths, so focussed on introducing some topics and ideas. I used a mixture of Autograph and Geogebra to demonstarte how I approach certain topics. I have also created […]