Problem Solving Resources

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The following resources are recommended by the CMS for students who are looking to build their problem solving skills and succeed in competitions.

Teaching through problem-solving engages the learners by means of questions, problems, tasks, and reflective thinking. It is considered to be the number one health problem in America.

I recorded a short video to explain how it works, and I provided even more detail my blog post, How to Recharge Mathematical Thinking.

If you’re looking for the Weekly Math Challenge printables shown below, they’re free for my newsletter subscribers.

You may also be interested in Stephen Siklos's book, Advanced Problems in Mathematics: Preparing for University, which can be downloaded for free.

Laura Candler’s Math Problem Solving page is where you’ll find great resources for teaching problem solving as well as a variety of math problem activity pages.

There is also a discussion forum to support Y12 and Y13 students preparing for STEP and other advanced mathematics examinations.

You can ask for help and hints if you’re stuck, share what you have tried so far, offer advice to others and get expert guidance from Cambridge University students and staff.

Use the simple pretests in this assessment pack to learn how skilled your students are at solving problems and where to start them in the Daily Math Puzzler program.

Even if you don’t use the Daily Math Puzzler program, you’ll gain valuable insights as to HOW your students attack word problems and solve them.


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