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What maths-specific activities (if any) could teachers spend some holiday time on? #mathscpdchat

Created on 17 July 2013 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 23 July 2013 by ncetm_administrator

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19 July 2013 12:51
Thats OK - here are the missing tweets, pasted in with the links - which I hope will now work AS LINKS.

unwind with Notes sur un triangle by Rene Jodoin http://www.nfb.ca/film/notes_sur_un_triangle/

look at the
Geometry Garret http://schoengeometry.com/ Benoit Mandelbrot appears

explore some growth (or decay?) at various levels? http://mathworld.wolfram.com/NestedPolygon.html

do a short mathematical magic trick? www.cs4fn.org/magic

could your students explore the Art of Spirolaterals? http://bitartworks.com/spirols01/spdesc00.htm

for more ideas The Colossal Book of Mathematics http://www.amazon.com/Colossal-Book-Mathematics-Paradoxes-Problems/dp/0393020231 by Martin Gardner
By mary_pardoe
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18 July 2013 19:29
Apologies for missing these. It was very difficult going through the Twitter chat so unless it jumped out as a link I must say I missed above . Sorry !! Thanks for correcting.
By RJS2212
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18 July 2013 18:24
The Twitter chat on Tuesday was very interesting. But some of my tweets during the chat are not included in the record above. Therefore the resources to which I linked in my disappeared tweets are also not in the Word file that RJS2212 has compiled (see comment above).

In my six lost tweets I gave links to:






Short film



The Colossal Book of Mathematics by Martin Gardner

By mary_pardoe
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18 July 2013 00:13
Here is a link to my summary of the Twitter chat with website links and books, ideas etc grouped together as I thought it easier than reading through the wholechat again. https://www.ncetm.org.uk/files/15928920/Maths+CPD+Twitter.docx
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