The tubemap offers a way to navigate to resources for teaching a particular area of mathematics; resources can be accessed by clicking on a station name. Some stations are still in development and this is indicated by a construction symbol. You can access the map at any time by clicking the Map button in the main menu. Each station features an overarching question that could be used to stimulate curiosity. There are a number of key questions that summarise the ideas that arise in the resources.
You can filter resources by selecting a key question. You can also filter resources by tube line, if you wish to choose a resource with a particular emphasis. The resources that are available at each station may come under three headings. To help you find the resources you are looking for, we have classified them according to twelve resource types.
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Resources are divided into sections. In some cases this may be a warm-up followed by a larger task, and others may have a problem followed by a suggestion of how to tackle it.
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This may help you to think about questions you might ask students, to see areas where students could get stuck, or offer further insight into how you might use the resource in your classroom. Further support is offered in the teacher notes. By clicking on a pervasive idea you will find a description of how the idea arises within the resources. If pervasive ideas are highlighted in a resource they appear in the sidebar or bottom-bar on a small screen and in the list of resources at the station on a wide screen.
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Use the Search button in the top menu bar to open the search dialog. You can search for resources by title, keywords or text within the resource.
Review questions can be searched by question Ref. You can also search for pervasive ideas and mathematical processes such as visualising. You can also browse all our material with filtering options by clicking the Browse button in the main menu. You can save a resource for later by adding it to your resource collection. To do this click the star next to the resource title.
Note you must log in or register to use this facility. To access your resource collection, click the User button in the top menu bar then Your resource collection. Within your resource collection, you can organise your resources by creating ordered subcollections. This free service is available to anyone who has published and whose publication is in Scopus.
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