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A marvellous site indeed written and constantly being updated by a variety of experienced IB educators. It is packed with excellent resources and teaching ideas that are challenging, yet appropriate for a wide range of students. I initially thought I might only use this site once in a while. I now I find I refer to it whenever I am planning units as there is so much on offer. A fantastic resource!

Peter Goodman, International School of Helsinki, Finland

The lesson, activities, and ideas on Teach Mathematics are so wonderful because they require students to think deeply about the mathematics.What AMAZING work you all do! see more...(Link to testimonials page)

Marina MacDonald, Mathematics consultant, USA

I love the fact that the activities make students: think; interact with the Maths (ie dynamic geogebra files); discuss and debate ideas; see links to the real World. Most importantly though the activities promotes Maths as more than just skill practice out of a text book.

Steve McPhail, Teacher, Australia

The resources you've gathered and created are fantastic. Clearly a lot of time and effort spent. Very useful, thanks.

Conor Blevins, Teacher,

TeachMathematics - a handsomely crafted site, crammed with practical and authoritative ideas, straight from the mathematics classrooms of the dynamic trio from Toulouse I.S.! Don't hesitate to subscribe.

Douglas Butler, TSM Workshops,

I'm a big fan of this website… It's absolutely fantastic.Hundreds of really nicely thought out activities made by teachers who have used them in the classroom.

Craig Barton, Maths Adviser to the TES,

Such Wonderful resources, seriously love it - your site makes me want to come and work at your school

Carmel Burke, Abbotsleigh school, Australia

This is one of the best websites around for teaching ideas in mathematics - it is challenging, mathematically robust, extends mathematical ideas rather than dumbing them down, is full of pedagogical sense and innovation, and ought to be available intravenously

Anne Watson, Emeritus Mathematics Education, Oxford University,