The following are a series of poster-form opinion pieces of various 'common teaching methods I don't like'. In each, they describe the typical method, my pedagogical misgivings with it, and my preferred method I use. Some I feel more strongly about than others, perhaps because there is some underlying mathematical flaw, or it prevents student misunderstanding, rather than just favouring another method because it's simpler. Obviously there's a degree of teacher subjectivity here!

# TMIDL #1: Using Venn Diagrams to determine the LCM/HCF

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A series of posters on teaching methods I don't like, including details of the original method, my pedagogical complaints, and my preferred method.

# TMIDL #2: Use sin

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A series of posters on teaching methods I don't like, including details of the original method, my pedagogical complaints, and my preferred method.

# TMIDL #3: FOIL

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A series of posters on teaching methods I don't like, including details of the original method, my pedagogical complaints, and my preferred method.

# TMIDL #4: Recurring Decimals To Fractions

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# TMIDL #5: Using 0th term when finding nth term formula of a linear sequence

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# TMIDL #6: Using f(k+1)-f(k) in divisibility proof by induction

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# TMIDL #7: Linear Interpolation for Median/Quartiles/Percentiles

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