Three mathematicians, Dr Hannah Fry, Prof Norman Fenton and Prof David Spiegelhalter, present a new perspective on climate change.
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
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 throuFeatured
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
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
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 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? ThFeatured
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
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
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
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-fFeatured
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 2Featured
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 aFeatured
An interview with builder of square wheeled bike.
This is a video tutorial showing how to create an interative java applet (virtual manipulative) usinf the free program GeoGebra.
WEBSITE: http://www.teachertube.com Introduction to GeoGebra
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