Category Archives: Clicky Goodness

Clicky Goodness: The Times Modules

Often as a leader of a department, you’ll have non-specialists as part of your team. This is particulary the case in lower performing schools. By the way – when I say lower performing, I do not mean this as a … Continue reading

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Clicky Goodness: Free and Easy Software

Although I’ve railed against the idea of the use of technology for it’s own sake, when technology is done well, the impact is profound. It’s also the case that – shock – the best, most effective¬†resources are free, open source … Continue reading

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Clicky Goodness: William Emeny’s GCSE ‘Web’

The ‘Clicky Goodness’ series is my attempt to highlight work by people that I think will make the greatest positive impact on the teaching and learning of Mathematics. Not necessarily the freshest, and most up-to-date, but certainly the most well … Continue reading

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