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A neat little tool for Pictographs

Those clever folk over at Primary Technology have just released a neat little tool for drawing pictographs. It could hardly be simpler to use and you can embed the results in a blog like so (apologies for the obvious footballing bias displayed). What’s really clever is that it will actually work when embedded in your […]

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Google Forms: brilliantly simple way to make data handling relevant

If you haven’t yet signed up for Google Docs, it’s really about time you should. It offers a range of online applications including word processing, spreadsheet, presentation, and best of all, a really simple form designer that automatically puts the results into a spreadsheet for you. And the form is incredibly simple to put into […]

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Embedable Sports Leagues: Tour de France

Fantasy leagues always have loads of potential for maths lessons (working out budgets, predicting outcomes etc), so was really pleased to find a Tour de France one – my favourite sporting event. Better still, once you’ve signed your class/crew up, you can embed the league in your blog. Cool. Madchester Velo League : Pos. ?Team […]

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