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There is an excellent supplement to the Maths curriculum on shapes. A very interactive site allowing the students to grab and rotate the shapes with the computer mouse. This is very good for increasing the students spatial awareness.

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Several on line calculators that can assist with working out maths problems.

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Eye, this is for you as your university course is engineering.

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A web page where all types of graph paper can be printed, including orthographic sheets in both dots and lines

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Many shapes commonly taught in Maths in the form of developments for teachers to print and students to make into 3d shapes

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A very comprehensive interactive site that does metric conversions

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An excellent site for follow on games lesson plans and activities for most ages. It starts at the young ages and goes to about m5 for some activities.

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A linear equations activity that worked very well in the M1 class

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A very comprehensive site for all things Mathematical. Much of this is advanced maths but it could help for context and understanding

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Calculus for beginners has some very good apps and flash teaching units to explain the different aspects of calculus. Many sections very visual.

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If you have always liked the idea of Maths but never succeeded easily at the boring classroom practice read osme of Jeremy Kun's blog pages. They give understanding to Maths by creating some contexts. His explanations are easy to understand and interesting.