Stimulating, Practical, Interesting, Relevant, Enjoyable Maths For All
Visited the Garden of Cosmic Speculation on its only day of annual opening this year (Sunday of first May bank … Read More
A classic problem from the 19th century that can used as an introduction to priority of operations (BIDMAS) and factorials. … Read More
Here are plenty of activities, many of them interactive, to use on pi day, (March 14) – Tuesday in 2017. … 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
Ada Lovelace the first computer programmer has the second Tuesday in October as ‘Ada Lovelace Day‘, which has been celebrated since … Read More
Interesting, informative and entertaining programme on data that introduced me to William Farr, Claude Shannon and Donald Davies, but did … Read More
There are a wealth of free materials that can be used to support this topic. Here are my favourites. The … Read More
Here are plenty of activities to use on pi day (March 14) – Monday in 2016. See also the earlier … Read More
This is an ideal pi day activity (March 14) to involve the whole school. Who can draw the perfect freehand … Read More
Four short videos (less than 10 minutes in total) give a helpful view about 21st century thinking skills: critical thinking, creative … Read More
Charles and Ray Eames produced 5 excellent maths videos as well as other videos that are still useful today. Eratosthenes … Read More
A whole set of resources from the internet that include real-life examples related to powers and scale. Some great stuff. … Read More
We like these short clips.
Great thought provoking videos that have their own distinct style. Show great ideas of mathematical interest.