Links

This page could go on forever. The links on this page are sites I have used and use
Feel free to contribute via the comments at the bottom.
The key sites related directly to the NZ Curriculum are on the sidebar
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3 sites for building mathematical discourse and reasoning
100 questions that you can ask students or have students ask each other to promote deeper understanding

I notice I wonder ( forget the question)
  
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Youcubed was put together by Jo Boaler to give teachers and parents the resources and ideas they need to inspire and excite students about maths

The week of inspirational maths has lessons ready to go.
The free online courses "How to learn maths" is hugely popular as is the How to learn maths for teachers and parents.

https://nrich.maths.org/

This is a goto site full of activities that promote mathematical thinking.
Register to receive the Nrich newsletter published twice a term.
One activity I have used over & over again with students of all levels is Treasure Island 


home of starter of the day, transum trophies and more.
Two of my favourite activities are pick from the pot and memorsea



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http://www.resourceaholic.com/
A site by Jo Morgan from the UK - full of rich ideas and activities.


 https://robertkaplinsky.com/
find problems that are accessible to all yet still challenge more able students




http://blog.mrmeyer.com/
Dan Myer's blog and the home of 3 Act maths 



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National Centre for Excellence in the teaching of Mathematics.
The Secondary Magazine is worth signing up for. https://www.ncetm.org.uk/

Tes is also the home of Tes Teach where you can collate all your digital content in one place to create multimedia lessons

Registering is free quick & easy. Once registered you can
  • Download resources
  • Access & contribute to the STEM community
  • Create & manage your own lists of favourite resources within the site
Their latest news feed highlighted a resource called Mathematical Reasoning: Activities for Developing thinking skills. It includes 27 ready to use activities for Years 7-9

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Creating statistical graphs 

NZGrapher - web based

iNZight - web based and machine based options from University of Auckland

CODAP is open source graphing software. Explore what CODAP can do here https://concord.org/projects/codap#cc2 then click new document to analyse your own data

and other Graphs
Desmos:

Geogebra: Maths APP's for 2D, 3D graphing, geometry, Algebra, calculus & statistics


Online Books
The art of Mathematics https://www.artofmathematics.org/


Shell Centre: 
The language of functions and graphs
A classic book that focuses on developing fluency in using various mathematical representations to describe and analyse the real world

Problems with patterns and numbers
an influential book on the teaching of problem solving. Focusing on non-routine problem solving in mathematics, and teaching strategies for the classroom.

Mr Barton Maths: Links to "Improving Learning in Mathematics" rich activities 

   
Maths Assessment Project

The Mathematics Assessment Project is part of the Math Design Collaborative initiated by the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. The project set out to design and develop well-engineered tools for formative and summative assessment that expose students’ mathematical knowledge and reasoning, helping teachers guide them towards improvement and monitor progress. The tools are relevant to any curriculum that seeks to deepen students' understanding of mathematical concepts and develop their ability to apply that knowledge to non-routine problems.



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