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Solution to Bert’s expenditure

In this video you will find the solution to the question from the previous step on Bert’s expenditure. Did you get this right? Did you enjoy tackling the problem?

Solution to the cake question

The video here gives the solution to the questions in the previous step comparing the masses of two cakes Have a go at another problem. For this question you need …

Understanding numbers

This video will give you the answer to the second set of fractions. Your next task is to put a series of numbers expressed in different forms in order of …

Working with fractions: part 2

In this video is the solution to question in the previous step. Now tackle the second set of fractions which is slightly harder, putting them in order of size and …

Undergraduates talking about lectures

In this video undergraduates talk about issues relating to questioning and their approach to lectures. Have a listen to what they are saying and think about the points they make …

Questions involving fractions

Understanding fractions is a core skill at the base of many mathematical problems, including rearranging equations. Putting fractions in order of size involves a degree of estimating, and then using …

Thinking about handling data

Data comes in many different forms, and often the form you find the data, or create data, is different from the way you might wish to use it to support …

Data in different disciplines

Being able to use data is relevant in so many subjects and how well students can handle data will determine which subjects they will find most rewarding to study. Here …

Discussion on the A-tech-3

Here is a seminar led by a university lecturer about data. It includes a discussion on the three versions of writing about the A-tech 3. What would your response be …

Introduction

The aim of this unit is to demonstrate the importance of data across disciplines, to explore how data can be used to manipulate and support an argument and to find …

Summary and thinking about this week

This week has all been about academic currency. Academics have ideas and write about them. They are judged by their peers and the wider community by the quality of these …

What do lecturers value in their students?

One of the key words lecturers use when talking about what they value in a student is ‘curiosity’. To develop this attribute you need to think about the process of …