Some updates this week…

WolframAlpha Exercises

With the approaching end of term in mind (UK) and several classes who have now completed exams I was considering useful activities for these students. It seems a good time for them to get more familiar with WolframAlpha. Readers familiar with this blog will have seen the various WolframAlpha pages here. The slideshows are also available on Mathematics for Students and I have added some exercises for students to try.


The post on Arithmagons remains consistently popular; several updates have been added to the post.

A happy discovery this week – David Smith’s The Maths Teacher site has a great collection of videos for both GCSE (age 14-16) and A Level (16-18). What I like about this site is that transcripts are available for each lesson, also exercises with worked solutions. Depending on their revision or learning needs I know some of my students can find videos too slow, they would have the choice of just using the transcript or even just the exercises with worked solutions. Many of the GCSE videos would also be useful for younger students. (See the Videos page for links to more videos).

David Millward’s PowerPoints are proving popular.

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