Issue #83 - MathsLinks Newsletter - resources for maths teachers
The first newsletter of 2021 includes original resources from teachers like you. 

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A great idea and a bunch of ready-to-go activities. The activity can be adjusted to any age, any topic & any ability level.
4 terms of 8 weekly homework Challenges (includes answers for most) - use them any way you want for many other groups.
A set of 40 investigations into different types of numbers - Narcissistic, Kaprekan, Keith, Betrothed, Bell, Proth and many more. Each investigation explains something about the number being investigated & then sets a challenge for the students.

Given relevant dimensions (but not formulae) students find surface area and volume of famous buildings including Australia, France, Germany, USA, Brazil to name a few.

A two part GeoGebra exploration of the area of the curve under a function (step by step details for teacher demonstration or student exploration), followed by a simplified version of a proof of the FTC, designed for *intuitive* understanding.
Excel file that can generate unique report comments based on students A-E grades.
Includes a guide for use and YouTube video.
An introduction to binomial distributions.

An introduction to probability density functions.

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