Equals Online - Mathematics and Special Educational Needs is a valuable resource for those working to ensure that all pupils will benefit from mathematics. Classroom teachers need the best support to develop good practice in line with current initiatives and it is the aim of Equals to provide this support in a number of practical ways. Age range: 3-18 years
Equals Online is produced by teachers and curriculum/SEN specialists dedicated to opening up mathematics to low attainers. In practical terms it provides support through the exchange of ideas to help teachers reveal the excitement and applicability of mathematics to those who have in the past found the subject inaccessible and/or irrelevant. Updates on issues affecting practice, book reviews, practical ideas and resources are just some of the features of Equals Online...
Corrigendum: In the article Shanghai Maths (Equals On-Line Vol 23 No 2) the term Maths Mastery was incorrectly used to describe the relevant section of the NCETM website. This should have read Mastery. We apologise for any inconvenience that this has caused.
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Vol 23 - No 2 - Old Bangers
Corrigendum: Shanghai Maths, pg.15 - An error has occurred in this article as the wording on the NCETM web site is "mastery" and not "maths mastery" as referred to in the article. We apologise for any confusion that this has caused.
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Vol 22 - No 2 - Toy cars and ratio
Vol 22 - No 1 - Fun and Games in the mathematics classroom
Vol 21 - No 2 - Mikos de Symmetria: a special approach to Trigonometry
Vol 21 - No 1 - I Love My Year 8 Class
Vol 20 - No 1 - The History of Equals
Winter 2014 Anniversary Edition - Save the Albatross
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Vol 19 - No. 1 - The children count and record the numbers of worms, snails....
Vol 18 - No. 3 - Ferns make wonderful counting boards
Vol 18 - No. 2 - Realising potential in mathematics for all
Vol 18 - No. 1 - Some more fascinating mathematics in unusual places
Vol 17 - No. 3 - Estimating tree ages
Vol 17 - No. 2 - Making a Reuleaux Triangle
Vol 17 - No. 1 - Graveyard data brings mathematics alive!
Vol 16 - No. 3 - Mathematics in unusual places
Vol 16 - No. 2 - Integration? Yes, but Inclusion? There's the Rub
Vol 16 - No. 1 - Problem of how much food to give fish of differing sizes
Vol 15 - No. 3 - How many are there?
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Vol 15 - No. 1 - Practical Logic
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Vol 13 - No. 1 - Mathematising Nature, in imagination
Vol 12 - No. 3 - What's in a name Part 1
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Vol 10 - No. 3 - Living Graphs
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Vol 10 - No. 1 - Dyslexia and mathematics at University