A collection of impressive resources…

**Worked Examples**– Jake Gordon**Algebra, distributivity tasks**– Nathan Day**Starters**– Nathan Day**Curriculum Mappings, Primary**– NCETM**Key Skills, Primary**– DrFrostMaths**Teacher Instruction Manual**– DrFrostMaths**Key Skills – DrFrostMaths**

Jake Gordon has been rather busy! Have a look at his “monster of a PowerPoint”. These **detailed worked examples** are based on the book **Teaching math with examples** by Michael Pershan.

Also inspired by Michael Pershan’s book and her research on self-explanation, have a look at **Karen Hancock**‘s journey into **worked examples**.

From **Nathan Day** – a brilliant collection of resources on Distributivity: Partitioning, Grid Method, and Expanding Brackets The 15 tasks increase in demand. Note the complete thread.

Also from Nathan Day – a **wonderful collection of Starters** – again, note the complete thread.

I have added this collection to my **Starters page**, a collection that includes **Advanced Level Starters**.

**Andy Lutwyche’s collection of Erica’s Errors** where students must identify errors in solutions can be an ideal starter for either retrieval practice for an earlier topic or to consolidate learning for a current topic.

Added to my Primary page – **curriculum mappings from NCETM**

Also added to the **Primary page**:

On DrFrostMaths there is a growing collection of **Key Skills for Primary students**.

I have mentioned DrFrostMaths more than once recently, a new **instruction manual for teachers** is now available.

**From the GCSE/IGCSE/L2 Further Maths page**, the pages for individual topic areas all include Sites with clear resources by topic, see the **Algebra page** for example. These resources by topic include links to the relevant DrFrostMaths key skills.