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Top Maths web sites...

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by Bob Bridges, Feb 24, 2005.

  1. Come on, let's share.
    Top web sites, in no particular order.

    1) emaths..thanks Tandy, getting better all the time
    2) mymaths.......Steep at £300 but still OK
    3) Madras College...a veritable feast
    4) speters.org/maths.....loads of gear
    5) CIMT.........where would we be without you..

    Find five better if you can,

    Tomorrow's Friday,
    Cheers, Bob
     
  2. Come on, let's share.
    Top web sites, in no particular order.

    1) emaths..thanks Tandy, getting better all the time
    2) mymaths.......Steep at £300 but still OK
    3) Madras College...a veritable feast
    4) speters.org/maths.....loads of gear
    5) CIMT.........where would we be without you..

    Find five better if you can,

    Tomorrow's Friday,
    Cheers, Bob
     
  3. Thanks oscars,

    I defy anyone to find any better !

    Long may our thread continue,

    Cheers, Bob
     
  4. adamcreen

    adamcreen Occasional commenter

  5. Not for teaching ideas, but it contains lots of articles about complex, advanced maths in an interesting, easy to read way for ~6th form etc. Answers the question "What's the point of maths" etc

    http://www.plus.maths.org/
     
  6. I like www.mathsguru.co.uk, loads of resources (with answers! yay!) for all different abilities.
     
  7. Tandy

    Tandy New commenter

  8. www.ecls.ncl.ac.uk/pgce

    on the left is the pgce site and under the heading is subject sites

    if you click that and head to numeracy there are all osrts of links old and new that may be of use to some people

    i have found it excellent over the years

    happy surfing

     
  9. Tandy

    Tandy New commenter

  10. Can we have URLs for the first 5 for those of us who are somewhat uninitiated?

    Michael
     
  11. Some good stuff on this:
    www.coolmath.com

    we need to keep this thread going - it would keep all of the web site sharing in one place.
     

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