Mr Taylor is a Secondary Maths Teacher who, for 25+ years, has been teaching maths to 11 to 20 year olds of all levels and abilities in five different countries. He has also tutored in the following curriculua - Australian, American, English, IB. email: email@example.com
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Exam Boards this way
check out 4 fun to see some of the fun things my students do ...
some useful websites
nrich - lots of wonderful maths puzzles to get you thinking.
Khan Academy - free online tutorials for Maths & chemistry.
Wolframalpha - making the world's knowledge computable.
world maths games - this happens for a week every year. It is good fun and also includes English & Science. Your school needs to subscribe to this.
myimaths - Has a range of interactive of lessons, homeworks & games for all ages & all abilities. This is the International version. Your school needs to be subscribed to it.
mymaths - This is the UK version of myimaths.
mathletics - another version of myimaths. Your school needs to subscribe to it.
Tarsia - excellent software for making many different jigsaw puzzles.
Here are heaps Tarsia of puzzles made by Mr Barton's Maths (you need the Tarsia to run it see 4 Fun on how to do this) -
Tarsia puzzles by David Barton
Parents page by David Barton
Teachers page by David Barton
Pupil's page by David Barton
Just for fun page by David Barton
Geometer's Sketch Pad - an excellent geometry software.
Standards Units - Great for lessons to get the students thinking and discussing maths. You have to join the National Maths Centre, which is a brilliant site.
Here's a link to a colleagues English website.
This maths website has free online flash cards to print out, cool math practice games, online calculators ...
TES resources - lots of shared resources by teachers for teachers
Video of Exam Solutions - The guy who developed this website has uploaded all of his straight forward video solutions and tutorials on youtube for C1, C2, C3, C4, S1 M1 & D1.
other good stuff