Issue #35 - MathsLinks Newsletter - resources for maths teachers
In case you missed it...
Last edition, I shared these two resources...
ADA Project is a free, expanding, online Mathematics textbook written by a Maths teacher, for students and teachers.
The date as a number sentence... a collaborative collection.
Now with a help video explaining how to use this spreadsheet to create student outlines/progress tracking for the Mathematics Standard Year 11 course.
Matt Parker investigates what the thickness of a fair three-sided coin would be. You can help investigate this experimentally.

A hands-on activity about the scale of probability and the language used in the real world. [Download]
In 2011 the international dateline was moved around Samoa and Tokelau. This article would be helpful in describing why the international dateline is not straight.

Five slick proofs why the square root of 2 is irrational.

In case you missed it, NESA released some official notices relating to the new Stage 6 syllabuses:
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