Richard Andrew likes to write about stuff that matters in education. Well, actually, to be honest, he only writes about issues that interest him. So don't expect to be reading anything about the case for standardised testing - if there is one! But the intersection between 'What matters' and 'What fires him up' is sizeable enough! As it turns out, the main thing that matters, in Richard's not-so-humble-an-opinion is 'Anything that helps teachers to better-engage their students'. This is because, as he's been known to quote, "Engaged students learn, the disengaged do not." That's why 'Student engagement' runs as a foundation underneath everything Learn Implement Share delivers, including Richard's articles. You'll find some tech articles ... and some blended/flipped learning articles ... and some mathematics-specific articles as well. He hopes you enjoy the ride.

Re the mathematics articles

Where will Richard's audience mostly be in then future? Nobody knows. Certainly not Richard. So he's decided to break all the rules and write with a mix of US and British. Math, maths, mathematics, math/s all get a berth.

Re the mathematics articles

Where will Richard's audience mostly be in then future? Nobody knows. Certainly not Richard. So he's decided to break all the rules and write with a mix of US and British. Math, maths, mathematics, math/s all get a berth.

April 2017 - There's more articles coming ... Stay tuned!

- Sobering lessons from teacher observation
- Let's put an end to spoon feeding
- Podcast - Student engagement is critical to learning success
- Podcast - Achieve better student engagement and learning
- School leaders: How to exert pedagogical influence over your teachers
- Do you undertake professional learning in TEAMS?

- The Flipped Classroom explained (Pt1) - includes video examples of teacher-created flipped units
- Flipping a classroom – some advantages and cautions (Pt2) - includes a flipped classroom video example
- Video examples of flipped units (Pt3)
- Common teacher concerns when flipping classrooms
- Instructional math videos – three types
- Are instructional math videos likely to replace classroom teaching?

- Procedural knowledge vs conceptual knowledge in mathematics education
- Misconceptions about conceptually-based mathematics teaching
- Engineering meta cognition in students
- Diagnostic Interactions - Improving student understanding in mathematics
- Podcast: Conceptual vs procedural approaches to maths teaching (Part 1)
- Podcast: Conceptual vs procedural approaches to maths teaching (Part 2)

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