"MathX is a mathematical game where the player is given 4 single digit numbers (0-9). The player must apply the basic operators (addition, subtraction, multiplication and division) to each of these numbers, using all the numbers once only, to get to the answer 24."

"Looking for an online activity to engage your maths class today? Or an online widget to consolidate what you learnt yesterday?
MathsLinks is a directory of 300+ useful objects found on the web for teaching Maths. This site aims to not only collate the best maths activities on the web, but present them in a meaningful way."

Using technology and creating unique learning environments are two big dreams that all types of teachers have, from elementary educators to distance education teachers to college professors. If you're already used to taking classes from an online college but are curious about creating your own open resources, or if you are studying to be a teacher in today's tech-fueled economy, check out these 50 free courses on teaching with technology.

"this 1600+ video library is the most-used educational video resource as measured by YouTube video views per day and unique users per month. We are complementing this ever-growing library with user-paced exercises--developed as an open source project--allowing the Khan Academy to become the free classroom for the World. "

My paper on the agonies and successes of creating an informal online community of practice /learning ecology for mathematical literacy teachers in South Africa. It also explains the tools I used and how it impact(ed) on the community.

Use this free, interactive tutorial to improve your Internet research skills: Tour the best of the web for mathematics. Discover how to search the internet effectively. Judge which websites are worth using....

Have you thought about your organisations learning footprint?
By reducing or even eliminating the need to travel for staff training, you could see a dramatic reduction in your organisations carbon emissions. Learning Footprint is a website dedicated to helping organisations mimimise the environmental impact of their training and development programmes through the use of E-Learning.
Use the free calculator to estimate your learning footprint and see how much carbon you could save by switching a percentage of your training to E-Learning. You can even download a PDF report of the calculation to include in your next business case.

Our official outside blog for advocacy for maths literacy for parents and learners. It also house our automated maths lit links from our South African mathsliteracy teachers network and bits and pieces for learners to nibble on.