Why is it important to show students that algebra is everywhere?
Because it is. Algebra, like adding and multiplication. It isn’t something that happens once a term, or worse once a year.
 Donna discusses her awareness of algebra is everywhere

Donna disucsses the impact of noticing algebra is everywhere
What are some effective ways to show students that algebra is everywhere?
Our suggestions:
 Algebra Programme Overview: We redesigned our Year 9 and 10 mathematics programmes to meet the needs of our students (contributor: Anna Cox)
 Bee in Her Bonnet: Shows the student challenge of learning about notation and the benefits of showing how algebra is everywhere by using rigour and correct use of vocabulary (contributor: Anna Cox)
 Fractions and Algebra: Develops prerequisite knowledge by emphasising rigour and correct use of vocabulary and showing how algebra is everywhere (contributor: Rachel Jones)
 Linear Graphing: Develops an understanding of relationships by showing how algebra is everywhere and using rigour and correct use of vocabulary (contributor: Anna Cox)
 Procedure to answer an algebraic equation: Develops prerequisite knowledge by showing how algebra is everywhere (contributor: Donna Smith)
 Trigonometry Everywhere: Develops understanding of relationships by emphasising rigour and correct use of vocabulary, building a toolbox of knowledge and skills, and showing how algebra is everywhere (contributor: Rachel Jones)