Hi I've been experimenting with various ways of engaging pupils in their learning of maths. Kids are very ICT literate and I am currently using MyMaths quite a lot as I find the pupils really engage with it. Everytime I have produced videos explaining topics I've found that pupils seem very drawn to them and comfortable watching them. I believe a modern pupil feels much more at home in front of YouTube than in front of a textbook. There is a large can of worms there and I'm not at all saying it's a good thing, I really don't think it is, but it is reality. To make the most of pupils engaging with videos I've started putting together a website www.mathsmaster.org to give short tutorials on maths topics. I'm trying to engage the pupils with funky, web design and definitely no 'edu-jargon'. The site is still in it's early days but pupils that I've shared it with so far seem to be engaging with it and finding it helps them with their learning. I'd LOVE to know what your thoughts of www.mathsmaster.org are!