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### Site authors

** Jim Noble,** 11 - 18

**mathematics teacher, runs workshops for teachers, loves designing, testing and using rich activities that encourage Mathematical thinking and creativity in students!**

**Oliver Bowles** is a full-time teacher, IB examiner, workshop leader, technology and "hands-on", "applied mathematics" enthusiast.

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# Why use this site?

- Rich, engaging classroom activities that promote mathematical thinking.
- An emphasis on inquiry, discovery, technology, critical thinking, hands on and fun.

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# Blog

### Changes to the site

Sunday 22 March 2015

If you are reading this then it might be because you have noticed that many more of the activities that are on the site require a password for... more

### Polygon Proofs

Sunday 8 March 2015

I have been playing with an old activity recently that was shown to me in my first year of teaching about three different ways to prove the... more

### Enjoyed using these resources?

Monday 15 December 2014

Hello all, we are writing to ask for your help. We would really like to collect some feedback from people who use this site. If you have ever... more

### Seeing through these problems!

Thursday 4 December 2014

At our school in Toulouse, the classrooms have one wall that is almost entirely glass and big double glass doors on the opposite... more

### Tweets View all

- Jim Noble

@teachmaths 04 May 13:55@mrbartonmaths Likewise, cheers, Jim - Jim Noble

@teachmaths 04 May 13:47just had a good look through this list of good sites or maths teachers from @mrbartonmaths #mathchat - Thanks! - Jim Noble

@teachmaths 04 May 13:45http://t.co/tPOwxhn3IG looking forward to making good use of estimation 180 from @mr_stadel #mathchat - Richard Wade

@richard_wade 04 May 13:05RT @jamestanton: A circle touches graph of y=x^2 with two points of tangency. What is the difference in heights of circle center and a poi… - Richard Wade

@richard_wade 04 May 12:51Messi's goals: A lesson on pictograms definitely here http://t.co/dZGfN8KyWL #mathchat - Jim Noble

@teachmaths 02 May 09:08Oh yes! https://t.co/zr0MwbFs79 - Richard Wade

@richard_wade 01 May 10:29RT @Simon_Gregg: This random walk by flipping a coin is such a great starting point! https://t.co/uyUCJ66K1d @teachmaths @Richard_Wade @bow… - Richard Wade

@richard_wade 30 Apr 11:19RT @istlive: via MathsinP5: Junior Maths Challenge! http://t.co/i6dyubjoGU - Jim Noble

@teachmaths 30 Apr 10:27RT @MathsinP5: Sign of a good problem! #istlive http://t.co/nrOG5n45Pw - Jim Noble

@teachmaths 24 Apr 08:52@mike_geogebra @geogebra Thanks - I will pass that on and see where we get to. Thanks, Jim - Jim Noble

@teachmaths 24 Apr 08:15@geogebra @mike_geogebra looking for #geogebra commands in turkish - in particular the 'fit' command - Jim Noble

@teachmaths 21 Apr 10:24Agreed https://t.co/b7jEDFaX23 - Richard Wade

@richard_wade 17 Apr 16:57RT @russeltarr: Factorise quadratics with this series of games and puzzles! #mathchat http://t.co/9ypEZ1CjVE - Richard Wade

@richard_wade 15 Apr 20:35Investigate and discover the properties of exponential graphs then put them to the test with a nice game http://t.co/Mrfm1hxl21 #mathchat - Jim Noble

@teachmaths 15 Apr 12:42Missed! https://t.co/NyAjuUaebg - Jim Noble

@teachmaths 15 Apr 12:38https://t.co/EaHygqYKO7 keep up to date with changes to our teacher resource website here #mathchat