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MathsPad Website

nicolawaddilove 14 June 2012 08:38 - Last edited by nicolawaddilove on 14 June 2012 08:42
Hi Everyone,

I'm developing some interactive resources and worksheets based around my favourite activities and
Ive created a website to organise them - www.mathspad.co.uk.

My latest creation is a set of game about using vectors: 
Please check it out and let me know what you think!

I'm using the site to teach myself programming, so if you have any ideas for things that you would like making, please let me know and I'll be happy to try and make you an interactivity.

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Colleen 28 June 2012 19:39 - Last edited by Colleen on 29 June 2012 18:51
 As you know Nicola - I'm a fan!

I like that vectors activity - but for demonstration purposes I'd love the option to do it without the timer.
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nicolawaddilove 04 July 2012 14:01
 Hi Colleen,

Thanks for the suggestion - I've added an option to practise without the timer.

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Tim_Stirrup 05 July 2012 08:23
Hi Nicola,

as you know, we are all about CPD, so why not add a 'cpd' section to the site - or to the resources. For example, the departmental workshops contain activities for teachers to do and consider together before starting to teach some aspect of mathematics.

So in the section about trigonometry, you could link to the NCETM departmental workshop on Trigonometry. Similarly for 2D shapes and so on. In this way your site becomes not only a resource for teachers to use in the classroom, but can link to PD activities that will help teacher improve their own knowledge as well.
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rebeccap 11 May 2014 11:31

Searching for something to get a reluctant learner to guess angles - am going to use your angles guessing tool. Looks good. Thank you.

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