Building mathematical creativity by Lucy Rycroft-Smith, 06 July 2018 Using the Brick Test as a starting point, Lucy Rycroft-Smith examines the possibilities, and importance, of creativity in mathematics
Seeing Spots by Tabitha Gould, 29 June 2018 Play a game of Mexican Train with Tabitha Gould - and help your pupils to develop subitising skills
In praise of precision by Darren Macey, 22 June 2018 Darren Macey urges Maths teachers to avoid misunderstanding in their classrooms by using precise language
Seven questions with Bobby Seagull by Lucy Rycroft-Smith, 15 June 2018 Lucy Rycroft-Smith puts our seven questions to Bobby Seagull
Binary logic: man and mathematics by Lucy Rycroft-Smith, 08 June 2018 It's time to reject binary stereotypes in mathematics and to construct new, inclusive associations, urges Lucy Rycroft-Smith
What is mathematics? by Lynn Fortin, 01 June 2018 In her first blog for Cambridge Mathematics Lynn Fortin fails to define mathematics - but discovers some valuable insights about it
From symmetry to circle theorems: Part 2 by Rachael Horsman, 25 May 2018 Rachael Horsman continues her exploration of using symmetry to introduce Primary students to circle theorems
Only smart teachers have the answer by Tabitha Gould, 18 May 2018 Do maths teachers need to know all the answers to the problems they set? Tabitha Gould examines both sides of this debate.
Chance would be a line thing by Darren Macey, 11 May 2018 Flip some coins with Darren Macey to develop both calculation and empiricism when teaching probability
Intersections: maths and the midwife by Lucy Rycroft-Smith, 06 May 2018 Lucy Rycroft-Smith finds out how one midwife uses and perceives mathematics.