Pie Chart Resources
Introductory lesson plan for pie charts including pie chart blanks with 24, 30, 36, 40, and 50 spokes (pdf file). … Read More
Introductory lesson plan for pie charts including pie chart blanks with 24, 30, 36, 40, and 50 spokes (pdf file). … Read More
Updated May 2018 Trigonometry: use in finding heights These excellent materials were designed at Leeds Metropolitan University and are excellent for seeing … Read More
What do you and pupils see when you look at this image without the prompts? This image is about Factors … Read More
I’ve learnt a lot about mathematics and its history around the world from these books. Of these six books there … Read More
A super activity where pupils can decide how to find the centre of a triangle: then you may have to … Read More
All published by ATM costing £50+ (£40+ for members). Recommend all of them, available individually from ATM at their shop. I … Read More
Really useful 33 page guide in 7 sections offers A level, GCSE Higher and Foundation problem solving techniques as well … Read More
Two useful reports that show interconnections between mathematics and science. A good read for all science and mathematics teachers. The … Read More
In 2007, the Nuffield Foundation commissioned a team from the University of Oxford to review the available research literature on … Read More
Ratio and proportion – a key activity: links fractions, direct proportion, straight line graphs, map scales, currency and unit conversions, … Read More
Flipchart for Supporting Subject Knowledge Enhancement or TSST colleagues. Pdf file with similar content. Research Report available (including summaries etc). … Read More
Spiremaths Interactives Our own Spiremaths Interactives on Probability are great for KS3, though they cannot be used on iPads or iPhones. Nrich … Read More
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