Tackling some simple Carroll diagrams in the Stone Cold Caves (Not So Easy and Oh So Hard modes)
Set theory and Venn diagrams in the Allergic Cliffs.
A quick look at the new-look Zoombinis re-release and the rationale/history behind my blog project.
Linking algebraic expressions, words and pictorial representations
What do robots have to do with changing the subject? Lessons learned from #mathsconf5
This week's PoT features a few great resources for formulae, a superb blog about basic practice and racing snails...
First Complete Mathematics conference of the academic year - the best yet?
A response to Emily-Jane Clark's piece in Monday's Metro Online titled "18 things only people who are rubbish at maths will understand".
Re-evaluating some of my daft ideas and (pipe) dreams for a great textbook
Extending a simple problem with Year 8 mixed ability
Revision of linear simultaneous equations - making the graphical and algebraic links explicit
...or how I nearly didn't complete the summer blog challenge
I've had my website in some form for about three years now; I created my original site using Weebly as my knowledge of HTML was (and still is) fairly limited, and I was more interested in quick functionality than building everything from scratch.
As I've gone along, I've found loads of places with useful information or gizmos for amateur website designers and developers, so thought I'd share a few in this post. These are just the ones I use and find helpful - there are plenty of others out there! I'm going to keep this list open and continue to add to it as I find (or remember) more useful stuff.