Mathematics in School is a lively and resource packed A4 Secondary Education journal published by The Mathematical Association that is aimed at teachers of secondary pupils, students in training and all those with a professional interest in mathematics education. As a long established designer journal it is unique among its peers ... contents include contributions from mathematics practitioners at all levels and articles that reflect the best of current thinking and practice by means of exploring further development and sharing practical experiences. Readers will find helpful advice on general teaching methods and each issue guarantees numerous articles of relevance and a book/product reviews section. Importantly, the wealth of material found in every issue has photocopy rights, providing busy teachers with hands on classroom resources.
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Mathematics in School Vol 47 - ISSN: 03057259
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MiS 2017 September – Snapshot from Questions Pupils Ask, Can I just move the decimal point? By Colin Foster.
MiS 2017 September – Mathematical Argument, language and proof (AS and A level) by Elizabeth Glaister and Paul Glaister.
MiS 2017 November – Snapshots History of Mathematics, William Oughtred by Jenny Ramsden.
MiS 2014 November - Shifting the Paradigm by Ben Sparks
Did you know there is a wonderful resource in the form of the JSTOR archive of MiS. You can freely access issues going back to issue 1 in the secure members area. Here is an index of volumes from 1-25.