July 19, 2024


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Resourceaholic: 5 Maths Gems #158

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Resourceaholic: 5 Maths Gems #158
Welcome to my 158th gems article. This is wherever I share some of the most recent information, ideas and resources for maths instructors. 1. Revision Resources
Back again in 2018 I designed a few sets of ‘breakfast revision’ methods for both of those Foundation and Better GCSE (note: they will not have to be employed at breakfast!). Jess Prior (@FortyNineCubed) has edited these for the Edexcel Highly developed Data 2022. Many thanks Jess!

Test out the Twitter feed of @1stclassmaths for outstanding revision methods in a very similar structure for the two AQA and Edexcel Basis and Increased.

@1stclassmaths has also started to share a collection of subject matter booklets for AQA Certificate of Additional Maths. Their very first one is on matrix multiplication.


Thank you also to @DrBennison for sharing an AQA A Degree Maths Practice Paper 1 primarily based on the 2022 Highly developed Information and facts.

2. ExamQ

Many thanks to a remark on my GCSE revision blog article, I discovered the new web-site ExamQ from @ExamQbyMrWatts. This is a incredibly perfectly made web site the place you can find test questions that match each of the matters detailed in the Progress Facts. It addresses GCSE, AS and A stage. The web site has a gorgeous layout – it truly is consumer-friendly and it is absolutely free!

3. Maths Universe
@JakeGMaths has created a genuinely wise training resource. mathsuniverse.com/whiteboard has loads of interesting capabilities. For instance, say you happen to be circulating round the classroom and you place a thing intriguing in a student’s ebook that you want to share with the course. You can consider a photograph of it on your cell phone or pill and it just pops up on the board quickly. No want for special program, machines or logins. Then you can publish on it, either from your cellular phone or at the board. The user interface is charming.

Another wonderful attribute is quick replays. You can use this tool to product methods on the board and replay your modelling in just one click. It can be so simple to use.

I also like the way you can quickly exhibit a PowerPoint which is on your Computer and then use all the performance – pens, timer, immediate replay etcetera – over your slides.

While you’re checking out mathsuniverse.com, have a seem at the abilities grid creator too. Again, a genuinely intelligent interface – you can promptly build a sequence of linked starters and it mechanically generates clever printable versions and worked remedies.

4. Ratio Tables
@alcmaths has gone through the complete White Rose Important Phase 3 and 4 curriculum and created a amazing information to wherever and how ratio tables can be made use of.


I have been swamped at do the job recently so I haven’t acquired a great deal to report!

If you instruct Yr 11, great luck around the coming weeks! Exciting times.

I’ll go away you with this amazing report “An Interactive Introduction to Fourier Transforms” from @jezzamonn. I have hardly ever found a advanced strategy spelled out so obviously. It worthy of looking at for two reasons: 1. to see how to assemble a great created clarification and 2. to discover about Fourier transforms.

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