Open Middle

I first came across the Open Middle problems after I read the Classroom Chef and jumped onto their links page (if you haven’t heard or seen it before, check it out here: classroomchef.com/links). Just like the Which One Doesn’t Belong Problems, I got pretty addicted to using these kind of problems to present challenging tasks to my students. Here are some that I have created myself:

Number: Fractions, Decimals & Percentages

Logarithms

Arithmetic & Geometric Sequences

Quadratics / Parabolas

Differentiation


Index Laws & Surds

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  1. Pingback: What I learnt about teaching Maths in 2016 | How I teach maths.

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