Tagged: iTunes

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TES Maths Podcast 6 now live

The TES Maths Podcast episode 6 is now live at this link. This was recorded during Craig Barton’s recent visit to Bangkok where he was the keynote speaker at the South East Asian Maths Competition. In this episode Craig discovers what it’s like to teach in international schools and interviews the well know Canadian mathematician, Ron Lancaster. A more in-depth interview...

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The Math Factor

The other day, a friend of mine brought an excellent little podcast to my attention called The Math Factor. Suitable for pupils and teachers alike, the 10 minute episodes feature interesting problems and concepts within mathematics. Hilbert’s Infinity Hotel, Algebra on the Radio and Space Walkers; there is something here to engage any mathematically minded person. The show is pitched...

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Khan Academy releases iPad App

The Khan Academy has just released a free app for the iPad. For people unfamiliar with the Khan Academy, it is a website featuring over 2500 free educational videos about a variety of topics including maths, science, art and much more. Salman Khan, the site’s author delivered a superb TED talk last year explaining his vision. Many people who are...

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All MathsMaster.Org videos now on iTunes!

All MathsMaster.Org’s videos are now available for free viewing/ downloading from the iTunes store! In addition to watching the videos through our website, your pupils can now download and watch the videos on their iPod/ iPhone/ iPad, mobile phone or any other electronic device they have which plays videos! You can find the videos in the iTunes store by either:...

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Giving rotational symmetry the ‘wow’ factor

This video is taken from the iTunes Visualiser called Jelly that makes pretty patterns that react in real time to the music that is playing. The patterns produced show rotational symmetry and could be used as an excellent resource in a starter or plenary on the topic. Download this video in 3GP format here. Download this video in FLV format...