Each pack covers subject knowledge, teaching approaches, misconceptions and resources. Very useful for PD with departments in Primary and Secondary.
From the creator of Resourceaholic
More Same Less
More-same-less grids are a great way to make sure pupils are thinking while they practice, rather than just mechanically repeating the same thing.
Minimally Different Questions
Good examples of procedural variation and intelligent practice.
New from the creator of MathsBot.
The idea is based on a Freyer model and there are good examples of standard, non standard and non examples - Variation
Sequences and behaviour to enable mathematical thinking in the classroom - by Craig Barton @mrbartonmaths
Ideas and resources for teaching secondary school mathematics.
Goal Free Problems
Goal free problems have been proven to support pupils in improving their knowledge and understanding by removing the cognitive load of the goal and therefore not prompting means-end analysis of a problem.
Thinking Blocks from MathPlayground is an excellent interactive bar modelling tool. I have used it with Primary and Secondary.