I've been using example-problem pairs in my teaching since I read about them in "How I wish I'd taught maths" by Craig Barton. But, recently, I've found the need to make some changes to improve how students engage.
Teaching place value and not just about base ten.
...because all counters are double sided! A blog about how I use double sided counters in teaching directed number arithmetic
How I've tried to implement a few ideas from Mark McCourt's phasing learning model, in particular the practise phase
So, what is a MathsConf and why do I like them so much?