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Network & Community
Links - Intriguing, Interesting, Fun, Enrichment
We have collected, and continue to collect links to other websites. It is a tedious job checking they are still live links. If you find any that are dead or that are wrong, please email the Web Editor.
Links on this page have been categorised into Key Stage relevance. Please do not treat this rigidly - there have been things from a Foundation link used at KS5 and things from a KS5 link used in KS1. The key is to use your imagination.
With thanks to Andy Tynemouth of Devon Curriculum Services for permission to use this set of links.
John Clayton’s Research on Teaching of Estimation
Children are often asked to make an estimate and then calculate or measure. The children do not value the estimation process. The Estimation part of this Website details my research and reasoning to help understand the estimation process.
The Magic Mathworks Travelling Circus • Magic Mathworks is a travelling hands-on maths exhibition for schools, museums and discovery centres. This touring maths lab demonstrates and explores a multisensory approach to the learning of mathematics based on the Multiple Embodiment Principle of Z P Dienes.
AIMS puzzle page
Curricular Options in Mathematics Programs for All Secondary Students (COMPASS) funded by US National Science Foundation
Mathematically Precocious Youth Program, Johns Hopkins University
Mathematically Promising Network - a clearing house for provision for able young mathematicians
NRICH Online Maths Club
Royal Institution Masterclasses
Saxon’s Maths Challenge - challenging problems for able pupils
University of Missouri ‘Show-Me’ Project
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