Online Derivative Calculator. Online Integral Calculator. Mathematics Resources. MathsDave. A Level (16-18) Resources – STEM Learning. STEM Learning hosts hundreds of Mathematics resources, resister free here.

Log in to STEM Learning to download any of the resources here. For the new A Level Specifications from STEM Learning comes this A level mathematics resource packages. To quote STEM Learning “Each resource has been hand-picked to cover key subject content in Pure, Mechanics and Statistics, as well as meet the overarching themes of mathematical argument, language, proof, problem solving and modelling.” The package includes resources covering all the sections in the subject content given for Pure, Mechanics and Statistics in the Department for Education’s document: Mathematics AS and A level content. The references I have added to the images are those used in that subject content document. STEM Learning A kevel mathematics resource packages Indices – Odd one out. Marking from Further Indices. Quibans. Underground Maths.

Bridging – Brix. Pbrucemaths.weebly.com - Home. Complete the Rules. I said I wouldn't write any more posts this summer, but this is just a quick one to share something I've just made.

You may have already seen the expectations videos I made for Year 10 and Year 11. I was considering making these for Year 12 and 13 too but wasn't sure it would work well with these groups. Then I stumbled across this infographic that I made last year and never had the chance to use. I made it using Piktochart, inspired by an infographic syllabus made by Anna Hester (@TypeAMathLand). I like this a lot, but there's two problems. Then I spotted this cool idea in Dan Meyer's post The First Day Wiki.

Students are given the blank version to fill in. Higher Maths Core Skills Booklet. Advanced Lesson Starters and Online Activities.

Core 2 - OCR. Statistics 1 - OCR. Revision. Maths Hub : Secondary: Oxford University Press. Post 16 Topics - Interactive Maths - The Interactive Way to Teach Mathematics. Curriculum-Essay_November2014_POLYNOMIAL-DIVISION.pdf. Because I didn't write a gems post last weekend, imagine how much I have to tell you about today!

Quick - let's get started... 1. Hula Hoops Who needs technology when you can stick a hula hoop on the board? This simple idea, shared by @emziecampbell, is for teaching children to tell the time. It would work well for other circle-based topics too. 2. This technique stops duplication of effort and helps the teacher assess understanding, plus it has the benefit of getting students out of their seats, albeit briefly. While I'm on the subject of post-it notes, I should mention a cool new app 'Post-it Plus' that was suggested by @dazmck. 3.

Every poster is excellent so it was hard to choose three examples for this post! In addition to the posters, Mr Walton suggests revision cards in the form of ration booklets and a school broadcast by the Ministry of Maths! 4. If you were at the recent Maths Conference in Kettering then you may have been interested in Johnny Ball's parabolic multiplication. Chris Smith sur Twitter : "AH student challenged me: use three 0s,1s,2s,3s....,8s,9s and #Maths operations to make the answer 6. #SpoilerAlert.

Following on from my last post on ideas for the first Year 7 lesson of the year, here's some ideas for the start of Year 12.

Unfortunately we don't really have any time to spare in our sixth form teaching. It's a challenge just to fit enough lessons into the school year to cover all the course material before our students go off to take their exams. So, sadly, there's no time for enrichment or getting to know each other - students have to hit the ground running. Entry Assessment At my school, as at many others, we ask our students to prepare for Year 12 by doing some summer work. We expect them to have a solid understanding of GCSE topics when they start the course, particularly surds, indices and algebra. The results from our entry assessments were rather worrying. Hello and welcome to my 34th gems post.

This is where I share five teaching ideas I've seen on Twitter. The summer holidays are finally here! Let's be honest though - although it's lovely to have the opportunity to rest and play, the majority of us do a fair amount of school work over summer - creating resources, organising and tidying, preparing for September, catching up on reading... Have you read all 34 of my gems posts? Now's a good time to start! 1. 2. I love this prime clock from the brilliant Minimal Math Concepts. C1 Example Sets - squeaktime.com. Step Up to A-Level Maths. Introduction You will be starting an A-Level Maths course in September, and it is important that you are ready for the step up.

The best way to prepare yourself is to make sure you have a firm grasp of the knowledge and skills you have already developed at GCSE level. There are a number of key skills which you need to make sure you are confident with before starting the A-Level course - these are used regularly in the Core 1 and Core 2 modules and it is essential that you are not struggling with basic skills when you are trying to learn more advanced material for the first time. University Course Search. Teach Further Maths - Superb Maths PowerPoints for Teachers of A Level Maths and A Level Further Maths - Teach Further Maths. The Chalkface Homepage. Mathshelper. Risps Home Page.