Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Alison Kiddle, and this is a blog about teaching maths and learning maths. I started teaching in 2003 in Peterborough, moved to Hertfordshire in 2006, and then moved back to Cambridge in 2009 to work for NRICH, part of the Millennium Maths Project.

My job involves developing rich maths tasks and supporting materials for teachers to use in the classroom, as well as working with pupils and teachers. I blog about maths, experiences working on rich tasks with learners and teachers, and wider education issues. I’ll try not to get too ranty.


One Response to “About”

  1. Fred Says:

    Hi, I am a singaporean maths teacher who stumbled upon your blog and I must say your stuff makes for an engaging read. I was wondering if you did be willing to do a guest post on my maths website? If you are keen feel free to drop me a mail and we can discuss further.

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