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TPM Online: The Philosophers' Magazine

TPM Online: The Philosophers' Magazine | Mathematics Education | Scoop.it

Brilliant support when teaching logic!  SOme great interactive tests of our logical validity.

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101 manipulative lessons with LEGO®

101 manipulative lessons with LEGO® | Mathematics Education | Scoop.it
This page contains links to ideas for using LEGO® bricks to explore mathematical concepts.  My aim, over time, is to create a list of 101 different activities related to mathematics and maths teach...
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Make Britain Count: 'Stop telling children maths isn't for them' - Telegraph

Make Britain Count: 'Stop telling children maths isn't for them' - Telegraph | Mathematics Education | Scoop.it
Professor Jo Boaler lends her support to our numeracy campaign and tells Peter Stanford that we need to ditch our rigid approach to teaching mathematics.
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Flake Pad

Great fun - makes me think that asking students to create a dynamic geometry file that did the same thing would be a great activity!

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Johnnie's Math Page - Fun Math for Kids and their Teachers

Math for kids and their teachers. Interactive math lessons, activities, math games, and free math worksheets for kindergarten through middle school students.
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The Scale of the Universe - An Interactive Flash Animation

Superb manipulative for considering scale and powers of 10!

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Michael Moschen performs THE TRIANGLE

Master juggler Michael Moschen performs his incredibly famous, jaw-dropping piece where three balls and a triangle become a musical and visual work of art." Super for looking at triangles and angles in lots of contexts

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Nature by Numbers

A movie inspired on numbers, geometry and nature, by Cristóbal Vila. Go to www.etereaestudios.com for more info: theory behind, stills, screenshots, tutorial...
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Missing Multipliers : nrich.maths.org

What is the smallest number of answers you need to reveal in order
to work out the missing headers? Great puzzle and good for introducing factorising. Follow with http://www.teachmaths-inthinking.co.uk/activities/factorising-puzzle.htm ;

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Alan Bevan's curator insight, January 21, 2014 4:25 PM

A nice little KS3 activity

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Inversions

This is a terrific idea for adding some mystery and challenge to symmetry at any level. Introduce the topic with this or keep it up your sleeve for a challenge!

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nrich.maths.org :: Mathematics Enrichment :: Sticky Numbers

Can you arrange the numbers 1 to 17 in a row so that each adjacent
pair adds up to a square number?
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13-Year-Old Makes Solar Power Breakthrough by Harnessing the Fibonacci Sequence

13-Year-Old Makes Solar Power Breakthrough by Harnessing the Fibonacci Sequence | Mathematics Education | Scoop.it
Aidan's exploration in the woods uncovered a mystery of science and he designed a fascinating tree solar collector as a result of his discoveries.
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Touch Mathematics | Trigonometry

Touch Mathematics | Trigonometry | Mathematics Education | Scoop.it

This is a really nice visualisation tool for trig functions that could be used for lots of activity at ots of levels!

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Alexandria Ford's curator insight, September 9, 2013 3:39 PM

This is a website that I wish I would have had when I was learning Trigonometry in high school! 

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monty python-witch scene

A lovely example of logic in action. She must be a witch because she looks like one! This is great for introducing the idea of combined statements and logical flaws.

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