What is a webinar? A webinar is a live meeting that takes place via the internet. The meeting can either be a presentation, demonstration, discussion or instructional session. During the Maths-Whizz webinars, the team will talk you through the specified topic and then answer any questions you may have. All webinars last half an hour […]

This year – the 10th anniversary of Whizz Education – we’ve got a lot of exciting developments in store to make Maths-Whizz even better. If you attended to the BETT Show 2014, you will have seen what we’re doing to help you and your school raise standards in maths, including the latest update to Maths-Whizz Teachers’ […]

Want to learn your number bonds* and get some exercise? Try the Maths Twister game! In this video, you can see how this useful classroom game help students practise their number facts and mental arithmetic by playing a variation on the classic game ‘Twister’: the Maths Twister game! This way of doing your homework can be […]

Abstract concepts are better for teaching maths than real-world ones, according to a study reported on in the New York Times. Teasing out the principles behind equivalent numbers may not be as straightforward when you’re thinking about bread and fruit, but at least you have a jumping-off point, a handle for the young mind to […]

Abstract concepts are better for teaching maths than real-world ones, according to a study reported on in the New York Times. What does this mean for teaching maths and what does it mean for Maths-Whizz? Rather than offer endless examples of trains setting off from stations, apples in baskets, bars of chocolate and slices of […]