|Always Math's Math Games for Kids (all ages) - this site was recommended by Kathleen Bednar, a Math tutor in San Jose, U.S.A. (January 2013).|
|A Mobile Maths List - a selection of Maths sites recommended by the students of Elmgrove Community Centre, U.S.A. (added December 2012).|
|Math OpenRef - Java based animations for all aspects of geometry. (added October 2011)|
|Lesson Corner for Geometry resources (a low cost annual subscription to an extensive range of resources). Added November 2010.|
Links listed on the Education Scotland website - just enter Maths inthe search window.
The Guardian newspaper 's web site to support teaching
Find resources for the Casio graphics calculator here!
|Texas Instruments Site
Find resources for the Texas Instruments graphics calculator here!
Lesson plans and tests.
|BBC Bitesize Revision
Only Standard Grade mentioned specifically for Scottish System, though comprehensive revision material and tests for AS-Level and GCSE. Note that the structure and look of the BBC web pages changed in November 2001(e.g. look out for BBC Learning), so you might need to edit any bookmarks which you previously had to the "BBCi" format.
Puzzles, facts, curriculum resources - all for Maths. You can subscribe to a regular newsletter from this independent web site. Note that at present Internet Explorer 6 (and some updates of Internet Explorer 5.5) does not support the MathView plug-in, which is essential for viewing many of the interactive teaching resources from the curriculum pages.
|National Statistics Databank
"StatBase" software in this site allows the downloading of actual statistical tables of data (on various themes) in Excel (and other) format.
Constructed by the University of Cambridge, and meant as a place for enriching the knowledge of maths of both pupils and teachers alike. You can also subscribe to the regular "Plus!" magazine (see below).
This magazine originates from the University of Cambridge NRICH project. Loads of interesting articles which go beyond the mundane (archives are available on the web site). I would imagine it being useful to clubs.
|Association of Maths Teachers
Association with links to other resources; some flash animations for maths classroom; software and resources, which can be bought directly from them.
|Oundle School: Mathematical Web Sites
Similar to above, with referenced links to web sites across the globe.
|Mathematics WWW Virtual Library
Great bank of links in this web site based at Florida State University to Software, Educational resources, Journals etc. (there is so much!) Try going to Education and scroll down to Exambot, which offers a browsable database of math exams and problems with solutions for many topics from Advanced Higher.
Some of you will know about these resources from Heriot Watt University already if you have been involved in the Scholar Project for Advanced Higher Maths. It will be interesting to see what similar resources for Higher Maths will eventually look like.
|Online Teachers' Resource Network
A lot of good links from here to other web sites. Could be a good starting point from these many links. From their home page navigate to the Mathematics page and the Maths Education Links.
|Apple Learning Interchange
This site isn't just meant for those who use AppleMacs; the site allows you to search for links to Learning Resources of interest, and read many "Units of Practice" which have been submitted by other teachers.
There is a link from MathsNet to this American site, which is sometimes pitched at too high a level in its "e-lessons", in my opinion anyway. Some animations would be quite useful in demonstrating concepts.
|The UK National Lottery
This site includes numerical analysis of all the draws to date.
|The Mathematical Association
This is different from the Association of Mathematics teachers. Periodicals and up-coming events are mentioned.
Similar to BBC Bitesize, and only for GCSE.
Another American web site (well they have probably been working on them longer than we have in our UK sites), which offers OnLine Maths courses, though I reckon that they are for Primary to early-Teens.
From Longman publishing, though they aren't offering much in the way of tips on how to teach, but the pages do offer handy "fillers" of animations and investigations; pages are regularly updated.
Another American web site, which does attempt to differentiate activities aimed at those below 13 and those above. Some quite nice pages, which pupils seem to like, though not highly academic.
Have your problems solved by Channel 4's "4 Learning" web site.
|Ask Dr. Math
See archives of previous questions to and/or answers from "Dr. Math", or ask your own question.
Photocopiable worksheets for the National Curriculum available here, once you register!
Links to lots of useful resources.
Lesson plans, games and other resources.
Lots of links to useful lesson plans designed for Primary pupils but may be useful for the less able.
Puzzles, wordsearch generator and much more.
|Oxford Secondary Mathematics||Dorling Kindersley|
Web sites recommended by other Maths teachers:
|Graphic Calculator sites|
|EC&T Recommended Websites|
|Key Stages 3-5 (Teacher Vision)
A good range of helpful worksheets - many of them illustrated - can be downloaded here. Unfortunately, the resources are not organised into themes so the site will take some surfing to find what you need. But it is worthy of investigation as there are some good probability tasks, fraction and decimal activities and a good range of puzzles, pastimes and competitions.