Here’s a maths based app that is both fun (if you like puzzles) and actually introduces some maths that students may not know about. In each level, you have to move a block around, carrying o…

Source: Sumaze – maths app

Here’s a maths based app that is both fun (if you like puzzles) and actually introduces some maths that students may not know about. In each level, you have to move a block around, carrying o…

Source: Sumaze – maths app

For a really clear plotter showing the connection between the Cartesian graph of r=f(θ) and the graph in polar coordinates try this Polar Curves and Cartesian Graphs applet. Watch the display caref…

Source: Polar Curve Plotter

Hi everyone more updates to come on the following topics:

IB Math

General Math

Interesting Math Puzzles ( Dingbats)

Here comes my own Twitter hashtags

#ibhlmathz

#ASandAlevelmathz

#Additionalmathz

#igcsemathz

Please spread a word.

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Hi friends, I was not able to update my blog due to my Job change (in Abroad ) and my old schools IBDP affiliation work , i was forced to prepare lot of documentation work / Scheme of work , IBDP HL Math Teacher online training ,etc.

From today my blog is active.

Tan Q for all the support.

Keep viewing and Keep growing .

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Mathematics, Learning and Technology

It’s that time of year again – save your money and send your loved ones (or anybody!) a math-o-gram!

Click on the image and move that slider!

In what happily seems to have become an annual tradition Desmos have provided you with the means to **send a math-o-gram**to the mathematicians in your life!

Geeky people you could even use the **Desmos API …**

Valentine’s Day seems an appropriate time to express love for Desmos!

Two happy discoveries this week (thanks to Twitter):

**Multiplying fractions **and **Rotation about a point. **Brilliant.

Elsewhere – **express your feelings for WolframAlpha!**

and here’s **a logic starter from Transum for Valentine’s Day**!

Wishing Mathematicians everywhere a happy day and if you are a UK teacher about to start half term – have a lovely week!

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Mathematics, Learning and Technology

It’s that time of year again – save your money and send your loved ones (or anybody!) a math-o-gram!

Click on the image and move that slider!

In what happily seems to have become an annual tradition Desmos have provided you with the means to **send a math-o-gram**to the mathematicians in your life!

Geeky people you could even use the **Desmos API …**

Valentine’s Day seems an appropriate time to express love for Desmos!

Two happy discoveries this week (thanks to Twitter):

**Multiplying fractions **and **Rotation about a point. **Brilliant.

Elsewhere – **express your feelings for WolframAlpha!**

and here’s **a logic starter from Transum for Valentine’s Day**!

Wishing Mathematicians everywhere a happy day and if you are a UK teacher about to start half term – have a lovely week!

Today i came across an online tool

Staffrm is the new professional network for educators passionate about their work. A vibrant and friendly community where you can connect with the teachers who inspire you around the things that you’re interested in.

click here to connect, learn, share, collaborate.

click here to read A-Z of Teaching and Learning.

Click here to see awesome math videos and worksheets.

Engage students, improve collaboration and spark creativity with Tackk.

https://tackk.com/education

We used to teach students cos0=1

Did we ask them how?

Did we ask our self how?

When the degree is 0, there will be no opposite side,at the same time hypotenuse and adjacent will be same.

So cos0=1

Let us think to make our students always cos0.

Today i have gone through an article clearly says about meaningful learning.

In this article one line says about traditional way of giving worksheet to the students and then asking them to sit in disciplined way to solve ,which is not the only of making learning happens but also making students go around discuss/realize which some teachers never tried ( because teachers think that it will be messy) according to my knowledge.

Meaningful learning is some times messy.

I am happy about this article because i already followed those things mentioned.

Click here to see the article.

Happy new year 2015 to all my followers. Let us know the Properties of the number 2015.

Click on this link Properties of 2015.

Collection of blended or flipped resources link

http://edu.symbaloo.com/mix/flippedclassroom15

My profile on Edmodo

http://wp.me/P2ToIJ-pu

I am really happy to publish this post.

I am proud of being connected with teachers all over the world, where i do math collaboration, and get new ideas of learning and teaching.

#math

Application of probability in Multiple choice questions:

For students Probability of answering (rightly) one question is 1/4 , answering wrongly is 3/4.

If you take around 10 questions in a question paper , the max probability goes to the teacher. Only if the students are lucky or know answers correctly they will be the winner.

In general question paper setter gets max probability.

There is one way of making students to get the max probability – if we ask the question like choose the wrong answers then there will 3/4 chances of wrong answers in that way students get answers mostly right.

https://motivate.maths.org/content/maths-and-citizenshippshe

This site explains about how do we motivate math in daily life. Interesting multimedia presentation, lit of application in real life.

Hitler Teaches the Fundamental Theorem of Calculus: http://youtu.be/0tTXaOJuD3Q

New math game for students to concentrate – Fizzbuzz!

Can you locate the number?

http://www.maths-resources.com/link.php?link=http://www.maths-resources.com/fizzbuzz

I introduced Game Based Learning (GBL) in my classroom.

The actual purpose is to my make students to learn math concepts in fun way.

Tips to introduce games in classroom http://www.edutopia.org/blog/small-safe-steps-introducing-games-andrew-miller?utm_source=twitter&utm_medium=post&utm_campaign=blog-small-safe-steps-introducing-games-image

I love this maths site http://t.co/aovpC5daEl lots of maths videos, made by children.

Click http://solvemymaths.com/category/maths-gif-of-the-day/

Where you find lot of Gif images.

Math teachers should teach the students how to create the Gif images.

Students can be assigned some Gif activities about math concepts, math formulas, etc so that they learn concept in depth.

New – Play Hextris! http://t.co/f5wZmfiSSQ Great game and quite a challenge!

http://t.co/O7wgDJhfUF

I introduced this to my students , they loved it.

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