# MathsClass

A blog about teaching and learning in a maths classroom.

## MathsClass This Week 8 June 2013

Saturday, 08 June 2013 | 0 Comments

This week, MathsLinks hit 700 links all categorised by topics and syllabus.

### This week on MathsLinks

The Shapes Dance – How Many Shapes? 7 Jun 2013

From the TV Show, Mister Maker, The Shapes Dance and how many circles in a picture.

A new World’s Fastest Clapper 7 Jun 2013

802 claps in 1 minute

Maybe use this as an additional resource for the MathsClass lesson: World’s Fastest Clapper.

Primary and secondary data sources 4 Jun 2013

An explanation of primary and secondary sources in statistics.

Types of Variables – Animoto 4 Jun 2013

A animoto showing examples of the different types of variables: numerical (discrete, continuous) and categorical.

Tax, super + you 2 Jun 2013

Tax, super + you is an educational online resource provided free of charge by the ATO. High school teachers can use this resource to help their students improve their understanding of the Australian tax and super systems.

The resource is a complete learning management system. Its content aligns to the Australian Curriculum, focussing on secondary school students in years 10 to 12.

Trig Reference Angle Cheat Hand 2 Jun 2013

I was reminded of this in a video by Mister Woo, but it seems that Kate may have come up with this handy mnemonic.

Exact Values for Trigonometric Ratios 2 Jun 2013

A video lesson on exact value of trigonometric ratios.

Magnet Numbers 1 Jun 2013

Play with 0 to 10 and maths operations on an Interactive Whiteboard.

### This week on MathsFaculty

Multiplying and Dividing Decimals

Content: Worksheet – Print · File type: PDF · 3 Jun 2013

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