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Mathematicians who changed the world series: Florence Nightingale

You may be wondering what Florence Nightingale contributed to the world of Maths. She’s most well known for her nursing career, right? This may be true, but what most people don’t know is that Florence also made significant contributions to the field of Mathematics throughout her selfless life and career in nursing. Believe it or not, Florence’s mathematical talents were, in fact, what helped her to transform the practice of nursing!...

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Transitioning From Primary to Secondary School Mathematics, Made Easier With Calculators

KS2 Maths SATs no longer require students to use calculators, and because of this, their role in the classroom has been gradually diminishing. It’s no secret that since 2013 the calculators in primary school classrooms have been gathering dust, locked away in cupboards and draws, rarely touched...

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Maths Lessons Made Easier with Emulators

Did you know that your Maths lessons can now be made that little bit easier for you and your students? Casio calculator emulators operate and look exactly like the calculator that you're used to, but the emulator runs on your computer. Using Casio calculator emulators, teachers can share their screen with students, helping to teach lessons in the classroom and remotely...

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Using Maths in Your Everyday Life: 4  Real-Life Situations That Rely on Numbers

Have you ever wondered when you will need to use Maths outside of school? Truth is, we use Maths as a foundation to make hundreds of decisions all the time! From cooking to shopping, Maths can make our lives easier. Let's have a look at some of the ways we use Maths in our everyday life...

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Learning in Lockdown: Our 5 Top Tips for Learning From Home

It sounds ideal, doesn’t it? Learning from the comfort of your own home, feet up and music on. Truth is, learning at home can be a tricky thing to get right, but it all relies on two things: routine and balance...

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Inspiring real-life jobs that use Maths as an essential tool

Learning maths isn't just about the classroom; so why are we learning it?

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Let's meet Grace Hopper, The pioneer of electronic computers

Grace Hopper, born in December 1906 was an American computer scientist and Navy rear admiral. Grace was one of the first programmers of the Harvard Mark I computer, she was also a pioneer of computer programming and invented one of the first linkers!...

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Why the GTX calculator will boost your maths experience this year: useful features and updates

Visit any shop - online or on the high street - and, no doubt, you'll see a wide range of choice. Whether you're looking for a new hairdryer, phone or even a calculator, the options can feel a bit much. And it's made even harder when you're not entirely sure what features are essential and what features are just a nice to have. It's not always easy to know which calculator to buy - especially when there are so many choices...

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