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Top Maths web sites...

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

  1. mrh

    mrh

    Thanks for the mention in post #2!

    www.mathsroom.co.uk has around 300 links or more to maths websites and online resources.

     
  2. smillsj

    smillsj New commenter

  3. a huge american site is

    www.edhelper.com

    many of the resources are free but some require a subscription
     
  4. bbibbler

    bbibbler New commenter

    Just upping and putting in some Data stuff from the board



    4 | Posted by: Cornwell at 15 Jun 2005 18:26
    There's a site that's something like www.stats4schools.gov.uk
    Thiws looks good for KS3 and cross cur

    Also has some data sets




    2 | Posted by: hedya at 15 Jun 2005 16:43
    obvious starting point for me is

    http://www.censusatschool.ntu.ac.uk/default.asp

    Tandy on his website points to an excellent collection here:

    http://www.slamnet.org.uk/mathematics/staffsupport/AO4.htm

    You need to scroll down the page and click on:

    Websites for Data Handling Coursework (doc)

    Hope this helps
     
  5. I just wanted to say thank you for doing this. I needed to do a list of good maths websites for my PGCE ICT portfolio, and this posting had them all!!!
     
  6. frustum

    frustum Star commenter

  7. bbibbler

    bbibbler New commenter

  8. bbibbler

    bbibbler New commenter

    1 | Posted by: andykemp at 01 Jul 2005 20:08
    Has anyone come across the "Balanced Assessment in Mathematics Program". I stumbled across their website today which has loads of fantastic tasks for students on.

    http://balancedassessment.concord.org/

    You can access all the tasks but the solutions and marking rubricks require a password.

    What I wanted to know was if anyone had the password?

    The website says that:
    "Teachers can obtain our password by ordering any of our publications and are welcome to share the password with other educators."

    (incase you don't believe me see http://balancedassessment.concord.org/cgi-bin/bapasswd.cgi?file=hs003rub.doc)

    So does anyone have the password and would like to share it with the community?

    Cheers,
    Andy


    2 | Posted by: bbibbler at 01 Jul 2005 22:03
    Most of the answer files are open.

    Some of the ones that have a password can be hacked by using


    http://balancedassessment.concord.org/docs/*task number*rub.doc

    http://balancedassessment.concord.org/docs/e012rub.doc

    I will put this with the other links
     
  9. The ones that can be hacked that way don't require a password...

    However with a little more digging I managed to access the rest!

    Use

    http://balancedassessment.concord.org/hidn/hs036rub.doc

    Some of the rubricks and solutions are in the /docs folder the rest are in the /hidn folder...

    Hope other people find this as useful a resource as it looks!

    Andy
     
  10. hermione2001ie

    hermione2001ie New commenter

    Could anyone suggest Maths websites for SEN Entry Level? (14-16 year olds) Preferably free stuff! I'd be very appreciative! Thanks.
     
  11. bbibbler

    bbibbler New commenter

    Well done Andy,

    I thought my way was a little too easy
     
  12. Colleen_Young

    Colleen_Young Occasional commenter

  13. pinktulip

    pinktulip New commenter

    I have just been through this entire thread and tried most of the sites!! They are great thank you.

    More free websites for KS2 and year 7 would be great.

    We use a website www.juniors.net which does require a subcription but is very interactive and can be used either with the whole class or the children using it individually.

    I thought I should add something useful!!
     
  14. Here is an excellent and FREE site that you have just got to check out. Apologies if it's been mentioned already.

    http://www.mathshelper.co.uk/
     

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