# Publications

**Articles**

Reames, M. (2020). Formative assessment in maths: It still doesn’t have to be something to dread. *Primary Mathematics,* *24*(3).

Reames, M. (2017). One of my favourite problems: How many intersections? *The Exponent: The newsletter of the Northern Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 6*(2).

Reames, M. (2016). Beverage Bottles in a Crate. *The Exponent: The newsletter of the Northern Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 6(*1)

Reames, M. (2016). One of my favourite problems: Eric the sheep. *The Exponent: The newsletter of the Northern Virginia Council of Teachers of Mathematics, 5*(3).

Reames, M. (2015). Productive and non-productive beliefs about curriculum. *New England Journal of Mathematics, 47*(2), 19-26

Reames, M. (2014). Formative assessment in maths: It doesn’t have to be something to dread. *Primary Mathematics*, *18*(1), 13-16.

Reames, M. (2013). Mathematics in unusual places 6: Yugoslavian currency. *Equals, 19(2*), 2-6.

Reames, M. (2012). Mathematics in unusual places 5: Serpentine Walls. *Equals, 18(*1), 14-19.

Reames, M. (2012). Symmetry of flags. *Primary Mathematics, 16*(3), 6-8.

Reames, M. (2012). Host a measurement mini-Olympics. *Primary Mathematics, 16*(1), 14-17.

Reames, M. (2012). Olympics maths problems. *Primary Mathematics, 16*(1), 22-23.

Reames, M. (2011). Mathematics in unusual places 4: Albanian train timetables. *Equals, 17(*3), 19-25.

Reames, M. (2011). Mathematics in unusual places 3: Curves of constant width or what does a 20p coin have in common with a manhole cover – part 2. *Equals, 17*(2), 4-8.

Reames, M. (2011). Mathematics in unusual places 2: Curves of constant width or what does a 20p coin have in common with a manhole cover. *Equals, 17*(1), 3-6.

Reames, M. (2011). Great teaching moments. *nSight, Texas Instruments, Spring 2011, *9.

Reames, M. (2011). Inspiring years 5-8 with handhelds in maths. *MT220i, Jan 11 (Mathematics Teaching interactive online journal)*

Reames, M. (2010). Mathematics in unusual places 1: Manhole covers. *Equals, 16*(3), 3-5.

Reames, M. & Yearsley, M. (2010). Native American maths in year 3. *Primary Mathematics, 14*(3), 4-7.

Reames, M. (2010). The sheer magic of children actually doing maths. *Prep School Magazine, 68, 29.*

Reames, M. (2010). Using photographs as a starting point for discussions in mathematics. *Equals, 16*(2), 17-19.

Reames, M. (2010). Finger facts. *SATIPS Mathematics Broadsheet, 128, *2-5.

Reames, M. (2010). Hovercrafts. *SATIPS Design Technology Broadsheet, 73*, 2-7.

Reames, M. (2010). ICT across the curriculum: Visualisers. *SATIPS Information and Communications Broadsheet, 62*, 2-5.

Reames, M. (2010). Using robots to explore direction. *SATIPS Geography Broadsheet, 115*, 5-8.

Reames, M. (2010). Which is the odd one out? *Equals, 16*(1), 19.

Reames, M. (2010). Geodesic domes. *Primary Mathematics, 14*(1), 8-11.

**Book Reviews**

Reames, M. (2013). *Making Britain Numerate (2nd edition)* (2011). Norley, K. Reviewed on Association of Teachers of Mathematics. http://www.atm.org.uk/reviews/books.html

Reames, M. (2011). *Interdisciplinary education research in mathematics and its connections to the arts and sciences* (2008). Sriraman, B., Michelsen, C., & Beckmann, A. Reviewed on Association of Teachers of Mathematics. http://www.atm.org.uk/reviews/books.html

Reames, M. (2011). *Teaching mathematics in the primary school* (2005). Bottle, G. Reviewed on Association of Teachers of Mathematics*.* http://www.atm.org.uk/reviews/books.html

Reames, M. (2011). *Mathematics for primary and early years: Developing subject knowledge *(2007). Cooke, H. Reviewed on Association of Teachers of Mathematics. http://www.atm.org.uk/reviews/books.html

Reames, M. (2011). *Improving primary mathematics: Linking home and school *(2009). Winter, J., Andrews, J., Greenough, P., Hugher, M., Salways, L., & Yee, W. C. Association of Teachers of Mathematics. http://www.atm.org.uk/reviews/books.html

Reames, M. (2011). *Mathematics curriculum in Pacific Rim countries *(2008). Usiskin, Z. & Willmore, E. (Eds.). Association of Teachers of Mathematics. http://www.atm.org.uk/reviews/books.html

Reames, M. (2011). *Mathematical understanding 5-11* (2007). Cockburn, A. Association of Teachers of Mathematics. http://www.atm.org.uk/reviews/books.html

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**Educational Equipment Reviews**

Reames, M. (2013). *Orbit Material for Mathematics*. Association of Teachers of Mathematics. http://www.atm.org.uk/reviews/equipment.html

Reames, M. (2011). *Turn tables*. Association of Teachers of Mathematics. http://www.atm.org.uk/reviews/equipment.html

Reames, M. (2011). *Buyer’s guide to visualisers.* ICT Reviews, *3(*Autumn*)*, 26-30.

Reames, M. (2010)*. Nubble! 64 and Nubble Deluxe software review. Primary Mathematics, 14*(2).

### Published Instructional Technology Activities

Boggs, R. & Reames, M. (2010). *Order of Operations. *Texas Instruments Nspiring Learning. http://resource.nspiringlearning.org.uk/classroomresources/

Reames, M. (2010). *Barn and pen problem: Maximum area investigation*. Texas Instruments Nspiring Learning. http://resource.nspiringlearning.org.uk/classroomresources/

Reames, M. (2010).* Magic Squares. *Texas Instruments Nspiring Learning*.* http://resource.nspiringlearning.org.uk/classroomresources/