Recently there seems to be a bit of a backlash against using technology in lessons. Examples include @Katie_s_Ashford’s humorous tweets … More

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# Exciting times for Maths Teachers in Wales

It is an exciting time to be a maths teacher, particularly for those of us who teach in Wales. From … More

# Action Enquiry

Last year I did a bit of an action enquiry looking at using graphing software in maths lessons. My enquiry … More

# Inspection Reflection

The school where I work has recently been inspected by Estyn, the education inspectorate in Wales. (Estyn is Welsh for … More

# The Endless Delights of y=x^2

This brief post owes its inspiration to @MrNiksMathClass who shared some of the below on twitter recently. So we all … More

# Square roots in a semi-circle

A fellow maths teacher (@sitaylor7) at my school introduced me to this little curiosity. Since investigating, I believe that full … More

# Circles with Geogebra

I used Geogebra to introduce my Year 12 further maths class to circles. I wanted the students to see the … More

# When Technology Doesn’t Work

I strongly believe that technology has an important place in mathematics teaching and learning. There are many reasons for this. … More

# Welcome!

Welcome to Geomaths! I am a maths teacher currently teaching at a Cardiff secondary school. I have a passion for … More

# Investigating Stationary Points of a Quadratic

Geogebra is really useful in investigating the shape of a quadratic. If we start with y=ax² + bx + c, … More