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Developing Mathematical Habits of Mind with NRICH

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  • Developing Mathematical Habits of Mind with NRICH

  • Habits of MindNatural CuriosityThinking MathematicallyWorking CollaborativelyMindset and Determination

  • Natural CuriosityUnequal Averages

  • Unequal AveragesWork out the mean, median, mode and range of:4, 6, 7, 7, 11

    What do you notice?Can you find other similar sets?

  • Can you find sets of five positive whole numbers that satisfy:

    Mode < Median < MeanMode < Mean < MedianMean < Mode < MedianMean < Median < ModeMedian < Mode < MeanMedian < Mean < Mode

  • Thinking MathematicallyDicey Operations

  • Dicey OperationsRoll a die 9 times.Fill in the grid after each roll.Who can get closest to 1000?

  • Dicey OperationsRoll a die 5 times.Fill in the grid after each roll.Who can get closest to 10000?

  • Working CollaborativelyOlympic Measures

  • Mindset and DeterminationProduct Sudoku

  • Enriching the Secondary Curriculum

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    Resources from today: http://nrich.maths.org/ukmt2015

    Make sure you can justify what you notice. Show extension on site or challenge delegates to come up with a similar pattern that always holds.Powers. Justification and proof. Show the Place Value and Powers teacher feature, and the Powers and Roots collection and the Factors, Multiples and Primes collection.