the MathsLinks network

Resources for maths teachers.

The MathsLinks Network is a collection of sites made by a maths teacher for maths teachers.

Other mini-sites:

Numeracy Guides — for teachers, encouraging a consistent approach to whole school numeracy.

Excel examples — calculations using Excel for Mathematics General 1 and 2.

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Screenshot of Why 4.669 is famous? - Numberphile

Why 4.669 is famous? - Numberphile
MathsLinks, 18 Jan 2017

The Feigenbaum Constant and Logistic Map - featuring Ben Sparks.

Screenshot of 100 questions that promote Mathematical Discourse

100 questions that promote Mathematical Discourse
MathsLinks, 17 Jan 2017

Can the questions you're asking in the mathematics classroom be answered with a simple “yes” or “no,” or do they…

Screenshot of Sandpiles - Numberphile

Sandpiles - Numberphile
MathsLinks, 14 Jan 2017

Luis David Garcia-Puente discusses sandpiles, and how they produce amazing "fractal zeroes".

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