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This is without doubt one of the best mathematics learning videos ever made by students. It may not be the greatest technically, but every aspect of the students' learning, confidence and knowledge challenges teachers to wonder just how much young people can understand in mathematics. You are challenged to identify the teaching craft that has led to such an outstanding outcome.

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A mathematician's work begins with an interesting problem. Kathy and Steve are certainly interested in the problem Squound which was presented to them in a workshop. Join them for 4 minutes and 25 seconds in the middle of their muddle to get a sense of what your students need to experience if they are ever to learn how to work like a mathematician.

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Part 3 of a 3 part sequence of teachers sharing what they learnt about learning to work like a mathematician and a one day course.

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Part 2 of a 3 part sequence of teachers sharing what they learnt about learning to work like a mathematician at a one day course.

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Part 1 of a 3 part sequence of teachers explaining what they learnt about learning to work like a mathematician in a one day conference.

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The trainee secondary mathematics teachers from Högskolan Malmö don't give up and soon make a beautiful 3D pattern that is, of course, matched by a beautiful mathematical discovery.

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Trainee secondary mathematics teachers from Högskolan Malmö explore the challenge of building the Tricube sequence from Size 1 to Size 4. Size 3 is the challenge. Will they get it?

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Part 4 of 5: Discussion, consensus, satisfaction.

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Part 3 of 5: Collecting more data and developing an hypothesis.

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Part 1 of 5. Playing with Jumping Kangaroos over lunch.

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