Snooker Table: The Journey of a Problem

  1. Find a really great problem on the internet (Thank you Colin Foster!)
  2. Share it with maths teachers on a meeting I facilitated about scaffolding rich tasks
  3. Ask for feedback from teachers who then taught it
    Outstanding meta-cognitive questions by Rosie
  4. Spend two hours on evening excitedly making resources rather than marking

5. Refine after working on it with one class

Spot the student’s mistake?
6. Post the idea on Facebook, and have a friend improve your app (even though you have been working with Geogebra for 3 years and he only found about it a week ago)7.Teach it to another class…

Top Set Yr11 with brains switched off at end of term…

8. Repeat
Latest draft of resources:

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