## Junior Maths Tutorial

I have been teaching mathematics for over 8 years at the college/university level and tutoring for over 15 years. Currently I teach part time at Austin Community College, but have also taught at Vanderbilt University (a top 20 ranked university) and at the University of Louisville.

Often times, people are nervous about getting help in math: don’t be! I tell my students all the time that math is challenging for all of us at one point or another. My intent is to provide clear and thorough explanations, and to present them in an environment in which the student is comfortable.

## Dynaminc Paper

Need a pentagonal pyramid that's six inches tall? Or a number line that goes from ‑18 to 32 by 5's? Or a set of pattern blocks where all shapes have one-inch sides? You can create all those things and more with the Dynamic Paper tool. Place the images you want, then export it as a PDF activity sheet for your students or as a JPG image for use in other applications or on the web.

## Youcubed

youcubed.org - this website has great games and ideas as well as resources and videos

## BetterExplained

www.betterexplained.com - great site for students to learn maths and find out different explanations

## Math and Science Concept Map

https://www.ck12.org/conceptmap/

Learn and see the connections between maths and science.

## Mathwords

This is a great interactive Maths dictionary

## MathTV

This web page has some great videos on a range of different maths problems. There are full explanations and it is very easy to use.

## NZMaths

Hosted by TKI - this is the home of Maths in NZ.

It has teaching material, resources, news and a heap of curriculum information.

## Symbolab

Very good for a range of symbols that we use in Maths and Physics

## Pi to one MILLION decimal point

## Maths Spin

#### Description

You might think that maths games can never be fun, but just try it - the addition of movement, immediate scoring and a time-limit makes a surprising difference.

And after developing your skill at this game your mental algebra will be devastating!

And after developing your skill at this game your mental algebra will be devastating!

## Great Mathematicians of All time

bit.ly/mathsgreats

This is a great page showing some of the best Mathematicians of all time.

## Five Triangles

twitter.com/five_triangles

Set up to help expose kids to a range of different problems and solutions.

## Real World Math

These Concept lessons are designed to target specific math concepts, often in real world settings and situations. You’ll solve proportions, estimate area, and calculate volume in unique locations around the world.

Chapter after chapter of any math book is filled with a multitude of concepts to learn. Having a solid foundation of conceptual knowledge is important, but it's just as important to know how to apply what you have learned and to view it in different ways. One problem with most math texts is that they don't spend enough time exploring concepts in depth because, as you know, there's always another concept on the next page.

With Google Earth, you'll be able to see math concepts in a different light. They're worth exploring and understanding fully. In Google Earth you'll be able to interact with the concepts and see how they're evident in real life. These lessons are sure to be more interesting than just another page in a math text.

Chapter after chapter of any math book is filled with a multitude of concepts to learn. Having a solid foundation of conceptual knowledge is important, but it's just as important to know how to apply what you have learned and to view it in different ways. One problem with most math texts is that they don't spend enough time exploring concepts in depth because, as you know, there's always another concept on the next page.

With Google Earth, you'll be able to see math concepts in a different light. They're worth exploring and understanding fully. In Google Earth you'll be able to interact with the concepts and see how they're evident in real life. These lessons are sure to be more interesting than just another page in a math text.