“A place for everything, everything in its place”

Benjamin Franklin

Where do we put things so we can find them again?! I have been organising posts and pages in an attempt to make things easier to find – an ongoing mission, still in its early days! Just a few examples of recent organisation:

Added to the **A Level (16+) **series of pages is a page for **GCSE to A Level Transition**. One of the A level pages is on **University Admissions Tests**, added to that page is **Mr Bowler’s Problem Solving Booklet for University Preparation** which contains 151 questions to help prepare students for undergraduate admissions interviews in mathematics, answers are also available; the booklet is available on Dr Frost Maths.

The A level series includes **A Level Teaching resources**, and I have added **Advanced Level Starters** to that collection.

On the subject of **Starters**, added to the **Collections category**, is Julia Smith’s (**@TessMaths**), wonderful collection of **Mathematical Hooks**. The **Starters library** can be found on the first of the top menus – **Lesson Planning**.

Also added to Lesson Planning is a page for **Misconceptions in Mathematics**.

George Stone (**@DrStoneMaths**) is producing **one slide summarie**s of interesting educational research papers, this information has been added to both **Research – Learning and Teaching** and **Research – Mathematics Learning and Teaching**, both part of the **Reading series** available from the top menu.

Older, but still with many useful examples – see these Exemplification Examples which were written by the National Strategies for the then Secondary Framework for Teaching Mathematics. The examples illustrate what students should be able to do within a particular strand of objectives by the end of each year. Examples are in the four categories number, algebra, statistics and geometry and include examples for Year 7, 8 and 9. There are many excellent examples here still relevant for KS3.

**Number**(includes Ratio and Proportion)**Algebra****Geometry****Probability and Statistics**

These can be found on the **KS3** page, also in the **Collections category**, part of the **Starters library**, the Starters Library can be found on the first of the top menus – **Lesson Planning**.