Season Three, Episode One:
09:39 - Tell us about your journey and how you got here…
14:48 Why is a high quality mathematics education so important?
21:47 If you had to condense your approach to the teaching of mathematics into a set of guiding principles what would they be?
Hi, I’m a teacher, please can I…
26:42 How do you approach planning maths over the long and short term?
Fluency and reasoning as the twin engines of problem solving.
John Mason - A lesson without the opportunity to generalise… is NOT not a mathematics lesson
36:13 …and how do you take that into the short term?
Either I haven’t taught this well, the question was badly written or they’ve forgotten, but I know what I need to do next…
Food for Eating!!!
44:12 You have worked with many schools over the course of your career, what three things have really stayed with you as you continue your journey?
Professor Lulu Healy Assistance of students with mathematical learning difficulties—how can research support practice?—A summary
59:46 What do you think we can learn from the way they approach/teach mathematics in Singapore?
1:10:08 What advice do you have for teachers who are not confident in their teaching of mathematics but want to be?
Andrew’s Workshops at MathsConf
1:18:55 What are your three favourite resources from Andrewjeffrey.co.uk
Greater Depth in Primary Mathematics
1:21:21 You are an inspiration to countless teachers, who are your sources of inspiration?
Lynne McClure - @clm4d
Cambridge Mathematics @CambridgeMaths
Jerome Bruner - Toward a theory of instruction
1:30:46 Any final pieces of advice for any teachers looking to supercharge their mathematics teaching?