Now that students have returned to school across the UK, teachers have two urgent areas of concern: Assessment and Catch up. We’ll share how we can help.
Digital learning environments have gained huge traction in recent months. How can we draw on theory and research to design the best possible EdTech tools for students?
Whilst A-Level maths undoubtedly represents a step-up from GCSE, if you have solid foundations in key areas, it is certainly a manageable progression.
What is the best way to learn and teach maths? We explore why visualisation is one of the most important forms of understanding mathematics.
The UK maths teacher market is under strain from increasing student numbers on the one hand, and shortages of teachers on the other.
Luke Cavanaugh argues that the government ‘catch-up’ fund is a welcome step towards levelling a post-Covid playing field, but must not be an end in itself.
“I’m no good at maths.” “I’m just not a maths-y kind of person.” “Maths isn’t really for me.” Have you ever thought one of these things?
Catherine, who’s currently interning at MathSpire, talks through some of the reasons for taking maths A-Level even if you don’t want to do a science degree.
We explore some applications of A-Level Maths in Economics courses at university.
We explore some potential causes of the gender gap in A-Level maths, which was outlined in a previous blog.