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Big Maths

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by joyful1, Feb 3, 2012.

  1. joyful1

    joyful1 New commenter

    I'm wondering if anyone can help. I have recently been given the responsibility of Head of Maths within my school - a secondary special school. We currently have a very weak framework for the subject, and teachers that don't feel confident in teaching the subject. I am looking into the possibility of introducing 'Big Maths' but before I send myself and colleagues on the course I would like to find out more about it.
    Ultimately I would love to visit a school, and see a session and discuss with teachers the pros and cons of the scheme.
    Is there anyone out there that would be welcoming? I live in South Yorkshire, but do have a lot of flexibility within my timetable to visit schools.
    I am going to post this on the Primary and SEN pages too.
    Many Thanks.
  2. DM

    DM New commenter

    Why limit yourself? Adopt XL Maths instead.

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