Materials available for review
We frequently receive requests for items to be reviewed.
The following items have been submitted by their creators who have asked that we review the material.
It is normally the case that, in the case of tangible materials, the reviewer is permitted to keep the material for their own use once reviewed.
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Please note: this is a commitment to review. If you receive material to review and then without good reason do not submit the review, is considered very bad practice and would reflect badly on ATM.
Just because we list something here to allow potential reviewers to select something to review, it does not mean in any way that ATM considers ‘worthy’ of review nor does it imply any endorsement. It is a raw list of requests as they are received.
We are as likely to publish a critical (as in unfavourable) review as we are a favourable review.
Items may be removed if not picked up for review after a reasonable period of time and at our complete discretion.
Requests for Review
- Cambridge Checkpoint Mathematics Coursebook 7, Practice Book 7 & Teachers Resource CD-ROM 7 by Greg Byrd, Lynn Byrd and Chris Pearce [ KS3 ]
- Circle in a Box by Sam Vandervelde [ 16+ HE ]
- Conquest of the Plane by Thomas Colignatus [ KS3 KS4 16+ HE ]
- Conquest of the Plane by Thomas Cool [ 16+ HE ]
- Essential Statistics, Regression and Econometrics by Gary Smith [ HE ]
- Everyday maths through everyday provision by Elaine Bennett and Jenny Weidner [ FS ]
- First Challenge Activities by Jenny Murray [ KS2 ]
- Flowchart Investigations by Colin Foster [ KS4 16+ HE ]
- Four in a Row - Time and Money by Ian Ward [ KS3 KS4 16+ HE ]
- How to Study for a Mathematics Degree by Laura Alcock [ HE ]
- Ideas for 6th Form Mathematics - Pure Maths and Mechanics by Colin Foster [ KS4 16+ HE ]
- Improving Primary Mathematics by Mary McAteer [ FS KS1 ]
- Leadership to Count On by Robin Bevan (ed) [ KS3 KS4 16+ ]
- Magic Formulas for All by Chris Pettitt [ KS3 KS4 16+ ]
- Mathematical Activities using Spreadsheeets by Lesley Ravenscroft, Diana Cobden, Colin Abell & Elaine Griffin [ KS4 16+ HE ]
- More Problem Solving: The Creative Side of Mathematics by Derek Holton [ KS3 KS4 16+ ]
- Partial Differential Equations by T Hillen, I E Leonard, H Van Roessel [ HE ]
- Perspective by Richard Phillips [ KS4 16+ HE ]
- Poor Robin's Prophecies by Benjamin Wardhaugh [ KS4 16+ HE ]
- Ptolemy through the Looking Glas by William Wynne Willson [ HE ]
- The Enchanting Arithmetic: Different Easy Approach to Arithmetic SECOND EDITION by Mr Sridharan R [ FS KS1 KS2 KS3 KS4 16+ HE ]
- The Essential Guide to Secondary Mathematics: Successful and enjoyable teaching and learning by Colin Foster [ KS3 KS4 16+ ]
- The Long and the Short by Joe Watson [ KS2 KS3 ]
- The Long and the Short Download PDF by Joe Watson [ KS2 KS3 ]
- The Mathematics of Lottery Games by Samuel W Valenza, Jr [ KS4 16+ HE ]
- The simple mathematics of Jesus by Thomas Colignatus [ KS4 16+ HE ]
- The Skew Polyhedra by Patrick Taylor [ KS3 KS4 16+ ]
- Woodturning Full Circle by David Springett [ KS3 KS4 16+ ]
- CGP MathsTutor for GCSE Maths Higher Level by CGP [ KS4 ]
- Create and Display Interactive: Mathematics by Liz Webster and Sue Reed [ FS KS1 KS2 ]
- Data Handling Across The Curriculum by Ann Montague-Smith [ KS1 KS2 ]
- Maths Wordbook by SmartStudy Ltd [ KS3 KS4 ]
- GetMathsFit by Squirrel Publications Ltd [ KS3 KS4 16+ ]
- Mathematical Beginnings by Colin Foster [ KS2 KS3 KS4 ]
- Mathletics by 3P Learning Ltd [ KS1 KS2 KS3 KS4 16+ ]
- MyWorks KS4 Maths by Boardworks [ KS4 ]
- Revision Website by Stuart Sidders [ KS4 16+ HE ]
- Revision Website by Stuart Sidders [ KS4 16+ HE ]
- SeeMath.com by Tal Greengard [ KS2 KS3 ]
- The Maths Faculty by The Faculties [ 16+ HE ]
- The Tutor Pages by The Tutor Pages [ FS KS1 KS2 KS3 KS4 16+ HE ]
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