Many sections include a sub-section called Interactive resources. Some of these are suitable for use with a whole class, to demonstrate or illustrate a piece of mathematics. Others can be used for investigation individually or in small groups.
Please note that some interactive resources may not work on mobile devices.
These resources may include:
- Interactive questions - short, automatically generated questions on a particular technique. Answers are entered and immediately marked. A worked solution can then be seen.
- Flash resources - some of these are automatically generated worked examples on particular techniques, others give the opportunity to explore a particular idea using diagrams or graphs.
- Geogebra resources - these usually give the opportunity to explore a particular idea using diagrams or graphs. Geogebra is free open-source software. Note that it is not necessary to have Geogebra installed on your computer in order to view Geogebra resources, but you may wish to download it for your own use from the Geogebra website.
- Autograph resources - these are graphical resources. Autograph resources require the free Autograph Player to be installed. Most browsers will automatically detect and install the latest version. If you are using a school network, you may need to ask your network manager to install it. If you have any problems viewing Autograph resources, please visit the Autograph website for further help.
- Interactive spreadsheets - these give the opportunity to explore a topic.
Interactive resources have checkboxes next to them, so if you wish you may tick them off when you have used them.