Today I finished moving MathsClass. You’ll hopefully notice no difference, but it changes some things for me and allows me to expand this site a little in the next couple of weeks. As a result, if you subscribe to this site via the feed or by email, you may have seen old entries reposted as new – sorry about that. They’re obviously not new, but in the moving process were “updated”, hence they’ve reappeared in the feed and email updates.
Merry Christmas, and if you’re looking for something to do this break, check out the properties of your favourite numbers on the Number Dictionary (unfortunate URL, but a good site).
The end of year activity of choice this year, will be making Zombies!
MathClass has sort of become a blog of resources, rather than a more general conversation about teaching. I’m not sure whether that’s necessarily a bad thing, so I’d like to know what my readers think.
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Simon Job — eleventh year of teaching maths in a public high school in Western Sydney, Australia.
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BETWEEN 2 NUMBERS - 1-10
But what is the Fourier Transform? A visual introduction. - YouTube
video fourier maths
Sarah Carter on Twitter: "Spent some time Americanizing this resource from @MathsPadNicola. Already paid off in an awesome way. A student came to get today's work bec… https://t.co/TqzI6sbA8A"
maths graphing straight-line-graphs