3 edition of Newspapers & mathematics found in the catalog.
Newspapers & mathematics
|Statement||Dorothy Coates and Glen Cormode.|
|Series||Newspapers in education, Newspapers in education|
|Contributions||Cormode, Glen., Newspaper Society.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||72|
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Minecraft World magazine — good for cross-curricular activities involving Minecraft. School House — aimed at the independent sector. Perhaps more school children would be interested in maths if it were taught more from a historical point of view. Great for children who want to expand their knowledge. We asked ourselves what we hoped our students would remember about this course in ten years' time. Little London — aimed at parents of young children, this quarterly magazine lists attractions, events, days out and activity ideas for children in London.
The Joy of Pi A funny, quirky and fascinating account of the history of Pi. Suitable for KS2 and lower KS3. We hope that in ten years our students will follow the news, confident in their ability to make sense of the numbers they find there and in their daily lives. Dover Mathematics Books This publisher has an excellent reputation for their wide range of mathematics books. Also available to read online at Caltech.
Anti-Puritan satire, 1572-1642.
The Theory of Infinite Series
Life of George Troup, journalist
Early Chinese jades
Repertory of La Comédie humaine by Honoré de Balzac
Reaching for the skies
The Spiders Touch...
Census 1981 small area statistics [by district council for] West Yorkshire
Western Civilization Volume One Eighth Edition Plus Sources Western Tradition Volume One
Roman roads in Judaea
Chemical information fact sheet for sodium omadine
Behind the scenes on an oilfield
Cimaza virology comics — bright and interesting, these comics help teach children and teens about virology, infections and diseases. Reckoning with Risk A cautionary look at the application and misuse of statistics.
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The original cafe was renovated in May and contains a copy of the Scottish Book. Click — teaching awe and wonder for year olds. The Man Who Counted By Malba Tahan A fine mix of story-telling and mathematics, Tahan tells the tale of an Arabian man who dispenses his mathematical knowledge on his travels across the globe.
Dot magazine — A great magazine for girls and boys aged 5 and under. An ideal monthly magazine for teenagers.
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Lonely Planet — a stunning travel magazine with great writing. Most quantitative reasoning texts are arranged by mathematical topics to be mastered. Thus, an each-way Super Heinz on seven horses with three winners and a further two placed horses is settled as a win Trixie and a place Canadian.
BBC Focus — an engaging magazine about science and technology featuring interviews and news on breakthroughs. The problem situations are not only central to students' everyday lives but also provide a venue for continuing learning beyond a course and beyond school. In general, Paulos says, people--not just newspapers--oversimplify things that are too complicated to be understood in any case.
New Scientist — a leading weekly publication looking at the world of science, nature and technology. Randomness A pocket-sized book on probability and statistics. Includes hundreds of past SEA-type questions that closely follow the syllabus.
What matters more is our wish to change the way our students' minds work the way they approach a problem, or, more generally, the way they approach the world. BBC Countryfile — ideal for teenagers interested in the environment and the countryside. A great educational magazine for children.
Amazing magazine — National Curriculum topics covered in fun and exciting ways. Additude — advice for pupils with ADD. Good for case studies and evidenced examples of good practice.
BBC Science Focus — an ideal magazine for teens interested in scientific discoveries, medical science, biology, psychology, and wellbeing. A fun and educational monthly magazines for children.
Asian Geographic junior magazine for kids — ideal to present the world to UK children from a different viewpoint. The official Jacqueline Wilson magazine — perfect for fans of JW books.
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The Colossal Book of Mathematics. Gardner has collected articles from his year old archive of Scientific American articles.
The result is this amazing compendium. A Mathematician Reads the Newspapers. By John Allen Paulos Paulos investigates and explains the hidden mathematics behind everyday media stories. The Man Who Knew Infinity. Sep 21, · Olufemi Atoyebi A level Mathematics and Computer Science student of the University of Southampton, United Kingdom, Miss Tolulope Ogunremi, has donated Mathematics textbooks worth N, An award-winning professor teaches you the mechanics behind math.
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