In this three part series, I’d like to discuss about what Mastery means in teaching and learning Maths, what active learning means, and if and how the two interplay with each other. What is Mastery? The essential idea behind mastery is that all children need a deep understanding of the mathematics they are learning. It Continue reading →
We were lucky to be part of the BETT Futures cohort this year – we got to exhibit our product to teachers, investors and potential partners over 4 full days. Now that the dust has settled and we’re back to our grind, I thought it’s worth reflecting a few key takeaways from the event. Organization: Continue reading →
As part of applying for grants, we produced this little video summarizing what we do: Hope you find our work interesting. Please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org to get in touch.
I was playing Badminton a few days ago when I had an interesting realisation. I am more of a beginner-intermediate player, and I was quite happy to play players of the same level. Though sometimes I did play newcomers, they were not the most fun games for me – I was always trying to find Continue reading →