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Yesterday I saw some awesome Mr Men Math posters created by @solvemymaths (www.solvemymaths.com) and have already stuck some of them up in the corridor at school. Mr Astroid particularly caught my eye as one of the interesting Mr Men shapes. … Continue reading
I’ve always believed that there’s nothing wrong with a sit down test if the test items assess the core philosophy and values of the subject. Hence, I’ve tried to make an assessment for my Year 7 students (grade 6) which I believe … Continue reading
Here’s my attempt at investigating operations with square roots (surds) when you’re not prescribed by a GCSE/IGCSE syllabus. This is only a general outline of the lessons we’ve had so far but it’d be great to hear how other people go … Continue reading
Here’s a Geogebra app I made to help students who were struggling with percentage increase and decrease. Can anyone think of any improvements? Click the picture to go to the link.
Click the picture to go to the Applet.
An old video – and in some points cringe-worthy now I look back – but I do sometimes like to look back at it. [By the way, I don’t have a clue where I plucked out the 90% statistic towards the end … Continue reading
The Mandelbrot Set – created with Geogebra It’s possible, or more like probable, that the most mysterious shape ever to arise from the study of Mathematics is that of the Mandelbrot Set. It’s amazing how such an intriguing shape could arise from … Continue reading