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23 Apr Richard Wade
Discovering SOHCAHTOAHere's a suggestion from a teacher who has used this resource in their classroom....
31 Jul Jim Noble
Similar TrianglesHello, this is a response to some one who submitted feedback about the triangles...
17 May Richard Wade
Mr Men MathematicsI've just created this activity exploring stretching shapes and functions. Largely...
2 Apr Richard Wade
Human LociI love the last challenge, 'Represent the locus of points that are twice as far...
14 Nov Richard Wade
Using Games in MathematicsA complete activity for factorising quadratics using these two games can be found
18 Apr Hassan Waswa
Which RuleInteresting task.
7 Jan Hassan Waswa
Circle TheoremsVery good illustration on the angle properties.
21 Sep Richard Wade
FrogsA nice extension to the frog problem is this toads and frogs game in 2D. The rules...
Visualising IndicesYou could get into a nice conversation about series and sequences with the first...
'What if factorisation won't work?'Anything that can be measured (name something that can't be measured?) can be written as a number sequence. Geographers studying climate change or migration of people, biologists monitoring... more
'Decode these pictures and unravel the power of prime numbers' - Page under construction and review -Our number system is so jam packed full of patterns and mysteries that we could easily spend a lifetime exploring them... more
This task is really easy to explain! Watch the videos below and try to recreate them using dynamic geometry software. Of course, it will not be quite so easy to complete! Making geometry dynamic really helps to understand... more
'Fit polygons together to make loops. Discover the patterns.'Octagons can be fitted together to make loops. Try it for yourself with this applet! How many octagons do you need to make a loop? Are there certain numbers of... more
'Construct your own indestructible quadrilaterals based on your understanding of their fundamental properties' This is an activity in its own right, but does follow on really nicely from Indestructible Quadrilaterals and... more
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Wednesday 25 June 2014
About a year ago, I wrote this blog post about keeping Mathematical Scrapbooks and in the mean time I have also posted this about Mathematical... more
Tuesday 17 June 2014
The people at the UK based NCETM who organise the Tuesday night #mathscpdchat on twitter asked for volunteers to steer the chat during... more
Wednesday 4 June 2014
I have just watched my first episode of 'School of Hard Sums' and really enjoyed it. I dont live in the UK and so am playing catch up.... more
Thursday 15 May 2014
So we have just invested in a few of these Qama calculators to play with. I think I just needed to see one for myself and see how it worked.... more
Thursday 16 January 2014
My son received a magic box recently as a present. There are some nice tricks in it (disappearing coins and silks, etc.) but one mind-reading... more
Sunday 8 December 2013
This is the question that irks me most when we approach the end of Christmas term. Of course, I would want to reply that all lessons are... more
Jim Noble is the Head of Mathematics at the International School of Toulouse (IST), where he teaches students from 11 to 18 years old at all levels of Mathematics. Jim has is a passionate supporter of the Mathematical Studies course and its spirit of mathematics for all.
Richard, 11-18 teacher, workshop leader, geogebra fan, inquiry based learner interested in engaging lessons.
Oliver Bowles is a French and British national, attending Bristol and Cambridge University as an undergraduate and
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@richard_wade 10 Sep 06:57Nice puzzle for practise adding negative numbers http://t.co/XIs9gEsa2lRichard Wade
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