# Weekly Math Links (weekly)

5/02/2009 07:36:00 pm**Was it a good idea to auto-publish this as a blog post?**

Cool math 4 kids - math games, math puzzles, math lessons - designed for kids and fun!

http://www.primaryresources.co.uk/maths/maths.htm

maths resources for primary

Who's Counting: John Allen Paulos - ABC News

John Allen Paulos' column for ABC news: mathematics in daily life as it reads in the news.

Collection of movie clips involving Mathematics.

Visual Math Learning: A Free Online Tutorial for Teaching Math

Arcademic Skill Builders: Online Educational Video Games

Play these online or on the Wii

Math videos show how to solve problems step by step.

Integrating Google Earth in mathematics

The goal of the Place Value Game is to create the largest possible number from the digits the computer gives you. Unfortunately, the computer will give you each digit one at a time and you won't know what the next number will be. You are not allowed to rearrange any of the digits you have already placed, so think carefully before you lock a number in place! Good luck!

interesting online...play with unit cubes

This is a collection of movie clips in which Mathematics appears. I'm collecting DVDs and VHS tapes of such movies. This is a working document to be extended over time.

http://iris.peabody.vanderbilt.edu/info_briefs/k8_access_center/downloads/mnemonics_math.pdf

mnemonics instructions in mathematics

The Coordinate Plane - Math Open Reference

coordinate geometry interactive platform

interesting way to visualise math concepts

Welcome to Waldomaths - mathematical applets and videos for 11- to 19-year-olds

For the teaching and independent learning of mathematics

Online Mathematics Resources

Centre for Research in Pedagogy and Practice

The Centre brings together researchers, educators and administrators to research, develop and implement new and innovative ways of teaching and learning.

Mathematics 24x7 - There is no escape...believe it or not. Mathematics is everywhere.

Just talking about Math... What do you say?

Mathematics has a reading protocol all its own, and just as we learn to read literature, we should learn to read mathematics. Students need to learn how to read mathematics, in the same way they learn how to read a novel or a poem, listen to music, or view a painting.

Free Technology for Teachers: Math Links You Might Have Missed

"links you might have missed" series with Mathematics links

Chapter 10 - Cross Sections of a Cube

Choose a cross section, then click on the points that lie on the edges of the cube to try and create the cross section. press Create to see what cross section you made, and if you want, you can rotate the cube to take a look at it. It will give you feed

You Do The Math: Explaining Basic Concepts Behind Math Problems Improves Children's Learning

New research from Vanderbilt University has found students benefit more from being taught the concepts behind math problems rather than the exact procedures to solve the problems. The findings offer teachers new insights on how best to shape math instruction to have the greatest impact on student learning.

- It would be interesting to build a set a links to similar research results as this and discuss the implications this has for what we do as math teachers in our classrooms. - By Darren Kuropatwa

Droste Effect with Mathematica

Heavy coding but wow effect!

Enjoy yourself while improving your maths!! Click on any title and solve the interactive exercises!!! You will find an example and exercises for each subject

Collection of Math pictures

Can we be less prescriptive in our classrooms – and more successful with our students?

"This model for learning mathematics may be quite different from what teachers experienced themselves in the past where classrooms were less interactive, filled with little activity and conversation. Teachers were generally in control, directing all aspects of what was to be learned; different points of view and approaches seldom brought to the surface new ideas and insights and a high degree of redundancy meant that everybody learned the exact same thing at the exact same time.

Remote Access: Take Pictures With Us

Basic geometry based collaborative activity to be shared with a global audience through photos in Flickr. Activity shared by Clarence Fisher.

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