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Comment on The Maths ability pyramid by Frédéric Lefebvre-Naré
https://mathsandeducation.com/2015/09/18/the-maths-ability-pyramid/comment-page-1/#comment-610
Tue, 07 Apr 2020 10:09:44 +0000http://mathsandeducation.wordpress.com/?p=16#comment-610A great and simple summary! It reminds me of the 2015 post by Cathy O’Neil : https://mathbabe.org/2015/06/22/fuck-trigonometry/

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Comment on Three things your Maths students should not be afraid of by Open-ended Maths: a selection of 101qs favourites – Maths and education
https://mathsandeducation.com/2015/09/21/three-things-your-maths-students-should-not-be-afraid-of/comment-page-1/#comment-609
Fri, 03 Apr 2020 14:22:20 +0000http://mathsandeducation.wordpress.com/?p=64#comment-609[…] It should be noted that, among other advantages, many 101qs activities (and particularly the most visual ones) provide excellent practice for estimating (cf. feel for numbers in Maths ability pyramid). Open-ended Maths also reduces the fear of numbers (cf. post on Three things your Maths students should not be afraid of). […]

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Comment on The Maths ability pyramid by Open-ended Maths: a selection of 101qs favourites – Maths and education
https://mathsandeducation.com/2015/09/18/the-maths-ability-pyramid/comment-page-1/#comment-608
Fri, 03 Apr 2020 14:22:17 +0000http://mathsandeducation.wordpress.com/?p=16#comment-608[…] the most visual ones) provide excellent practice for estimating (cf. feel for numbers in Maths ability pyramid). Open-ended Maths also reduces the fear of numbers (cf. post on Three things your Maths students […]