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  • Climate Change by Numbers

    Climate Change by Numbers

    by lucym195 Added 1,286 Views / Likes

    Three mathematicians, Dr Hannah Fry, Prof Norman Fenton and Prof David Spiegelhalter, present a new perspective on climate change.

  • Using maths to recycle rubbish

    Using maths to recycle rubbish

    by lucym195 Added 1,035 Views / Likes

    Stefan Gates finds out that machines can sort rubbish into different 2D and 3D shapes when he visits a vast recycling plant. He speaks to Richard Kirkman who explains how they use different machines to sort the rubbish by weight and shape. Stefan throws s

  • Saving your cash

    Saving your cash

    by lucym195 Added 766 Views / Likes

    Radio 1 Newsbeat journalist Adina Campbell meets Nick, a 16 year with a clear goal encouraging him to save. Nick’s example shows how even a relatively small amount of money can add up over a year, and they investigate how banks can add to this throu

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  • Bargain hunting

    Bargain hunting

    by lucym195 Added 2,358 Views / Likes

    Radio 1 Newsbeat journalist Adina Campbell investigates how to make the most of your spending money. She visits the supermarket with students Leanne and Jack and together they try to buy the best bargains by considering unit price, bulk buying, and choice

  • Balance your budget

    Balance your budget

    by lucym195 Added 8,838 Views / Likes

    Adina Campbell helps student Katherine take charge of her finances by creating a budget. They discuss essential and non-essential expenditure and work out ways to reduce spending. This clip is from: Made of Money First broadcast:18 January 2013

  • Using clues to solve logic problems

    Using clues to solve logic problems

    by lucym195 Added 3,028 Views / Likes

    Princess Amber is imprisoned by the Evil Ruler. To rescue her, Captain Calamity must use logic and clues to find and slay the huge, fire-breathing dragon and bring back evidence that he has achieved this. He heads east and carries a blue triangular flag a

  • How to pay with a £2 coin

    How to pay with a £2 coin

    by lucym195 Added 732 Views / Likes

    How to pay with a £2 coin and receive change. A clown is buying things with a £2 coin. Some items cost less than £2 so change is needed. The clown shows combinations of £2. How much money is needed to buy a hat and a toy rabbit? Th

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  • Getting 5p change from 20p

    Getting 5p change from 20p

    by lucym195 Added 15.1k Views / Likes

    Little Juan needs new things for school. His mother takes him shopping and buys goods costing 15p. She only has a 20p piece, so what should she do? El Nombre explains that when the amount you give to pay is greater than the amount you owe, you need to be

  • Finding coins to make 50p

    Finding coins to make 50p

    by lucym195 Added 3,383 Views / Likes

    The children are on a quest to change a 50p piece into different coins but still making 50p. El Nombre helps the children to find coins of different value to make a total of 50p. This clip is from: Numbertime, Money: Coin recognition to 50p First broadcas

  • Data organisation and tallying

    Data organisation and tallying

    by lucym195 Added 1,141 Views / Likes

    An introduction to the importance of data organisation and tallying. Following a storm, Robinson Crusoe lands on an island. He wants to keep a record of how long he is on the island. Randomly recording days is not very helpful so he starts to organise his

  • 58:14 Roger Penrose - Forbidden crystal symmetry in mathematics and architecture

    Roger Penrose - Forbidden crystal symmetry in mathematics and architecture

    by lucym195 Added 621 Views / Likes

    Sir Roger Penrose provides a unique insight into the "forbidden symmetry" of his famous penrose tiles and the use of non-repeating patterns in design and architecture. It is a rigorous mathematical theorem that the only crystallographic symmetries are 2-f

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  • Counting coins to make 20p

    Counting coins to make 20p

    by lucym195 Added 773 Views / Likes

    El Nombre helps Little Juan and Maria buy jelly beans for 20p from a coin-operated machine. He explains that two 10p coins have the same value as a single 20p coin. This clip is from: Numbertime, Money: Coin equivalents to 20p First broadcast:27 October 2

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  • Data handling and interpretation

    Data handling and interpretation

    by lucym195 Added 664 Views / Likes

    A demonstration on how to collect data about favourite flavours of ice cream and organise the data into a block graph. How can we find out which is the most popular ice cream flavour? We could try asking the question 'Do you like ice cream?' but is this a

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  • 01:14 Square Wheeled Bicycle  MITY BROADCAST JOURNALISM

    Square Wheeled Bicycle MITY BROADCAST JOURNALISM

    by lucym195 Added 1,175 Views / Likes

    An interview with builder of square wheeled bike.

  • 06:38 GeoGebra Tutorial

    GeoGebra Tutorial

    by lucym195 Added 1,591 Views / Likes

    This is a video tutorial showing how to create an interative java applet (virtual manipulative) usinf the free program GeoGebra.

  • 03:54 GeoGebra Tutorial

    GeoGebra Tutorial

    by lucym195 Added 1,550 Views / Likes

    WEBSITE: http://www.teachertube.com Introduction to GeoGebra

  • 05:09 GeoGebra Tutorial 3

    GeoGebra Tutorial 3

    by lucym195 Added 1,579 Views / Likes

    Worksheet No 1 - Exercise No 3

  • 07:01 Dr. Schaffer and Mr. Stern Dance Ensemble Math Dance Excerpts

    Dr. Schaffer and Mr. Stern Dance Ensemble Math Dance Excerpts

    by lucym195 Added 1,446 Views / Likes

    Choreography and Performance by Karl Schaffer and Erik Stern, with Gregg Lizenbery and Scott Kim. Music by Rick Walker. Excerpts of math dance works.mathdance.org

  • 03:54 OK Go - This Too Shall Pass - Rube Gberg Machine version - Official

    OK Go - This Too Shall Pass - Rube Gberg Machine version - Official

    by lucym195 Added 1,226 Views / Likes

    From the OK Go album "Of the Blue Colour of the Sky" available at http://www.okgo.net/store Director: James Frost, OK Go and Syyn Labs. Producer: Shirley Moyers. The official video for the recorded version of "This Too Shall Pass" off the album "Of the Bl

  • 01:41 Square Wheeled Skateboard - Bang Goes The Theory - BBC One

    Square Wheeled Skateboard - Bang Goes The Theory - BBC One

    by lucym195 Added 1,844 Views / Likes

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/bang Jem Stansfield puts his square wheeled skateboard to the test!

  • 01:59 Dallas investigates Einstein's Theory of Relativity - Bang Goes The Theory - BBC One

    Dallas investigates Einstein's Theory of Relativity - Bang Goes The Theory - BBC One

    by lucym195 Added 1,183 Views / Likes

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/bangDallas Campbell investigates Albert Einstein's Theory of Relativity and the phenomenon of time dilation.

  • 05:11 Vanuatu Sand Drawings

    Vanuatu Sand Drawings

    by lucym195 Added 1,497 Views / Likes

    UNESCO: Representative List of the Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity - 2008URL: http://www.unesco.org/culture/ich/RL/...Description: Situated in the South Pacific, the Vanuatu archipelago has preserved a unique and complex tradition of sand drawing

  • 00:57 vanuatu sand drawing

    vanuatu sand drawing

    by lucym195 Added 1,339 Views / Likes

    This type of sand drawing is done on the central islands of Vanuatu: mainly Maewo, Pentecost, Ambae and Ambrym. The narration is a bit difficult to understand but here a sand drawing of a sea turtle is shown, which indicates that a child is of the family

  • 09:00 Learn About O.R. - part 2

    Learn About O.R. - part 2

    by lucym195 Added 1,487 Views / Likes

    Operational Research (O.R.) is a signpost career for students studying maths or anyone with a wider interest in problem solving. This video is an introduction to O.R., gives a flavour of its wide-ranging applications and aims to demonstrate that O.R. is a

  • 08:18 Learn About O.R. - part 1

    Learn About O.R. - part 1

    by lucym195 Added 1,552 Views / Likes

    Operational Research (O.R.) is a signpost career for students studying maths or anyone with a wider interest in problem solving. This video is an introduction to O.R., gives a flavour of its wide-ranging applications and aims to demonstrate that O.R. is a

  • 04:27 UK Government Operational Research Service

    UK Government Operational Research Service

    by lucym195 Added 1,479 Views / Likes

    Introduction to the UK Government Operational Research Service.

  • 01:00 Boundary Functions (1998) by Scott Snibbe

    Boundary Functions (1998) by Scott Snibbe

    by lucym195 Added 1,588 Views / Likes

    We think of personal space as something that belongs entirely to ourselves. However, Boundary Functions shows us that personal space exists only in relation to others and changes without our control.http://snibbe.com/projects/interactiv...Boundary Functio

  • 03:51 Caro Emerald | That Man

    Caro Emerald | That Man

    by lucym195 Added 841 Views / Likes

    The official music video for Caro Emerald's 'That Man'. Inspired by 50's and 60's title sequences and posters, Caro plunges into vintage worlds searching for 'That Man'. director: Maikel van der Laken producer: William Griffioen (Will producties) client:

  • 02:27 Understanding grid references with Simon King and Ordnance Survey

    Understanding grid references with Simon King and Ordnance Survey

    by lucym195 Added 1,027 Views / Likes

    Understanding grid references with Simon King and Ordnance Survey

  • 08:10 Miniature Stoke

    Miniature Stoke

    by lucym195 Added 845 Views / Likes

    The purpose of mini Stoke is to bring to life a number of important ‘facts’ about peoples health and well-being in Stoke-on-Trent. It describes a moment in time, and aims to tell the story of what Stoke-on-Trent would be like if it was made up

  • 04:11 Hans Rosling sequence

    Hans Rosling sequence

    by lucym195 Added 871 Views / Likes

    A major sequence in the BBC 4 documentary 'The Joy of Stats', which has already gained nearly 4 million youtube views.

  • 06:01 Professor Risk

    Professor Risk

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    David Spiegelhalter's proper title is Professor of the Public Understanding of Risk. He is in two minds (literally) about playing it safe or chucking caution to the wind. Decisions, decisions!? Are bacon sandwiches really that dangerous and is it wise to

  • 09:01 Powers of Ten™ (1977)

    Powers of Ten™ (1977)

    by lucym195 Added 1,440 Views / Likes

    Powers of Ten takes us on an adventure in magnitudes. Starting at a picnic by the lakeside in Chicago, this famous film transports us to the outer edges of the universe. Every ten seconds we view the starting point from ten times farther out until our own

  • 04:14 Parabolas (etc.)

    Parabolas (etc.)

    by lucym195 Added 818 Views / Likes

    A visual experiment exploring parabolas and the laws of nature. From the popular science radio show, Radiolab, comes a visual and audio exploration of parabolas, both natural and man-made. A keen-eyed (or keen-brained) Vimeo user has pointed out that many

  • 01:23 Accuracy vs Precision

    Accuracy vs Precision

    by lucym195 Added 17.7k Views / Likes

    "Accuracy" and "precision" have different mathematical meanings. The difference between accurate and precise data is explained using kittens and mittens

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  • 01:13 Square Wheeled Motorbike Jump - Bang Goes The Theory - Series 3 Episode 3 - BBC One

    Square Wheeled Motorbike Jump - Bang Goes The Theory - Series 3 Episode 3 - BBC One

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    http://www.bbc.co.uk/bang Jem Stansfield attempts to become the first person ever to jump a forty-five degree ramp on a square wheeled motorbike.

  • 00:58 The Irrationality of Pi - The Code - Episode 1 - BBC Two

    The Irrationality of Pi - The Code - Episode 1 - BBC Two

    by lucym195 Added 907 Views / Likes

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/code In episode one of The Code, Marcus du Sautoy explains the importance of irrational number pi and how any number you can possibly imagine will appear in the sequence somewhere.

  • 03:18 What is Gravity? - The Code - Episode 1 - BBC Two

    What is Gravity? - The Code - Episode 1 - BBC Two

    by lucym195 Added 847 Views / Likes

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/code In episode one of The Code, Marcus du Sautoy uses a fireball and a trebuchet to explain the rules of gravity and shows how analysing a flight using numbers helps us understand this fundamental law.

  • 01:11 Welcome to the Code - The Code - BBC Two

    Welcome to the Code - The Code - BBC Two

    by lucym195 Added 793 Views / Likes

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/code Marcus du Sautoy unveils The Code Challenge and asks you to join him on an exciting interactive treasure hunt that will lead the winner to a fascinating and unique prize. Watch the show, play the games, solve the clues and you co

  • 03:18 Behind the Beehive - The Code - Episode 2 - BBC Two

    Behind the Beehive - The Code - Episode 2 - BBC Two

    by lucym195 Added 890 Views / Likes

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/code In episode two of The Code, Marcus du Sautoy explains why bees choose to use a hexagon to build their honeycomb structure rather than a triangle or a square.

  • 01:57 The Secrets of the Nautilus Shell - The Code - Episode 1 - BBC Two

    The Secrets of the Nautilus Shell - The Code - Episode 1 - BBC Two

    by lucym195 Added 905 Views / Likes

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/code Marcus du Sautoy reveals how the nautilus uses a simple mathematical principle to build an elegant spiral shell. Part of the BBC Two documentary The Code, he explains how spirals and the power of maths can be found throughout the

  • 06:28 BBC - The Code - Sound and Music

    BBC - The Code - Sound and Music

    by lucym195 Added 950 Views / Likes

    Clip about sound and music from the new documentary by Marcus du Sautoy (aired on the BBC on 23-7-2011)

  • 02:11 Spheres and Symmetry - The Code - Episode 2 - BBC Two

    Spheres and Symmetry - The Code - Episode 2 - BBC Two

    by lucym195 Added 815 Views / Likes

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/code In episode two of The Code, Marcus du Sautoy meets bubble artist Tom Noddy and explains why the sphere is so special and why it's the most efficient shape found in the natural world.

  • 03:51 Rock, Paper, Scissors - The Code - Episode 3 - BBC Two

    Rock, Paper, Scissors - The Code - Episode 3 - BBC Two

    by lucym195 Added 751 Views / Likes

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/code In episode three of The Code, Marcus du Sautoy travels to Philadelphia to discover what the game rock, paper, scissors can tell us about human behaviour and how we are addicted to patterns that seep into everything we do.

  • 04:07 Starlings - The Code - Episode 3 - BBC Two

    Starlings - The Code - Episode 3 - BBC Two

    by lucym195 Added 781 Views / Likes

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/code In episode three of The Code, Marcus du Sautoy travels to Denmark to watch a flock of starlings as they make their annual migration from southern Europe to Scandinavia and marvels at their formation known as the black sun. He use

  • 02:50 Google - The Code - Episode 3 - BBC Two

    Google - The Code - Episode 3 - BBC Two

    by lucym195 Added 823 Views / Likes

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/code In episode three of The Code, Marcus du Sautoy discovers how Google has been able to harness people's search terms to make accurate predictions about the future - in particular how the number of searches around flu symptoms is an

  • 02:14 Ball of Death - The Code - Episode 3 - BBC Two

    Ball of Death - The Code - Episode 3 - BBC Two

    by lucym195 Added 775 Views / Likes

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/code In episode three of The Code, Marcus du Sautoy takes his life into his own hands to predict how far a 30kg ball will travel from a 5.5m high ramp. If he gets his sums wrong, he may not live to tell the tale...

  • 01:56 Stars of the Future - The Code - Episode 1 - BBC Two

    Stars of the Future - The Code - Episode 1 - BBC Two

    by lucym195 Added 704 Views / Likes

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/code In episode one of The Code Dr Marek Kukula talks to Marcus du Sautoy about the patterns of stars in the sky and how we can predict their precise positions in the future.

  • 01:32 Cicadas - The Code - Episode 1 - BBC Two

    Cicadas - The Code - Episode 1 - BBC Two

    by lucym195 Added 860 Views / Likes

    http://www.bbc.co.uk/code In episode one of The Code, Marcus du Sautoy travels to Alabama to meet Dr John Cooley who explains how periodical cicadas rely on safety in numbers and rare appearances to avoid predators.

  • 02:43 Latest on retail sales - December 2011

    Latest on retail sales - December 2011

    by lucym195 Added 767 Views / Likes

    Short video from the ONS explaining the latest retail sales estimates covering the period December 2011.It shows the latest estimates of retail sales comparing the latest month on month change and the annual change.There is a focus on the amount that we s

  • 05:34 Latest on the labour market - December 2011

    Latest on the labour market - December 2011

    by lucym195 Added 741 Views / Likes

    Short video explaining the labour market estimates from the ONS covering August to October 2011.It shows the quarterly changes in employment, unemployment and inactivity as well as the monthly change in the claimant count. It then focuses on changes in pu

  • 05:43 Latest on the labour market - January 2012

    Latest on the labour market - January 2012

    by lucym195 Added 709 Views / Likes

    Short video explaining the labour market estimates from the ONS covering September to November 2011.It shows the quarterly changes in employment, unemployment and inactivity as well as the monthly change in the claimant count. It then focuses on changes i

  • 00:31 Sesame Street: Math is Everywhere - Math Song

    Sesame Street: Math is Everywhere - Math Song

    by lucym195 Added 797 Views / Likes

    Your Sesame Street friends sing about math.

  • 54:11 Craig Kaplan on Mathematical Art and Artistic Mathematicians

    Craig Kaplan on Mathematical Art and Artistic Mathematicians

    by lucym195 Added 859 Views / Likes

    Craig Kaplan discusses origami, tiling patterns and other areas of art where mathematics and computers have had a significant impact. The lecture, entitled Mathematical Art and Artistic Mathematicians, was deliverd at the Quantum to Cosmos Festival.

  • 25:26 Conrad Wolfram - Making Maths Beautiful

    Conrad Wolfram - Making Maths Beautiful

    by lucym195 Added 828 Views / Likes

    Conrad Wolfram, Mathematician Founder, Wolfram Research Europe. The importance of math to jobs, society and thinking has exploded over the last few decades. Meanwhile, math education has gotten stuck or has even slipped backward. Why has this chasm opened

  • 09:46 The world's ugliest music: Scott Rickard at TEDxMIA

    The world's ugliest music: Scott Rickard at TEDxMIA

    by lucym195 Added 814 Views / Likes

    This talk was filmed at an independently organized TEDx event. Scott Rickard set out to engineer the ugliest possible piece of music, devoid of repetition, using a mathematical concept known as the Golomb ruler. At TEDxMIA, he shares the math behind music

  • 32:51 What is a Good Teacher?

    What is a Good Teacher?

    by lucym195 Added 1,002 Views / Likes

    In the opening debate of a new series of Education Matters Debates with Teach First Sir Michael Wilshaw HMCI, Matthew Taylor, Peter Hyman, Ndidi Okezie and Gillian Hargreaves ask: what will it take to ensure that every child, regardless of socio-economic

  • 03:03 CATEN . David Letellier

    CATEN . David Letellier

    by lucym195 Added 871 Views / Likes

    Caten . 2012 Kinetic sound installation by David Letellier davidletellier.net Created for the Saint Sauveur chapel in Caen, Caten is a levitating sculpture, determined by gravity and guiding the evolution of a sound composition. 300 fine wires suspended f

  • 15:49 Dan Meyer: Math class needs a makeover

    Dan Meyer: Math class needs a makeover

    by lucym195 Added 1,089 Views / Likes

    Today's math curriculum is teaching students to expect -- and excel at -- paint-by-numbers classwork, robbing kids of a skill more important than solving problems: formulating them. At TEDxNYED, Dan Meyer shows classroom-tested math exercises that prompt

  • 03:51 David Hoffman: Catch Sputnik mania!

    David Hoffman: Catch Sputnik mania!

    by lucym195 Added 931 Views / Likes

    Filmmaker David Hoffman shares footage from his feature-length documentary Sputnik Mania, which shows how the Soviet Union's launch of Sputnik in 1957 led to both the space race and the arms race -- and jump-started science and math education around the w

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