Based on CaptainLouis' template from the TES. I find that giving my classes repeated practice on these techniques builds confidence and competence.
This is a Swift implimentation of $P Point-Cloud recognizer code.
The algorithm was created by Radu-Daniel Vatavu, Lisa Anthony, Jacob O. Wobbrock. The pseudocode in their paper is clear enough that even a n00b like me could make it work.
Super happy about this one. This feels like the first proper bit of programming I've done and hopefully it might be useful to someone else.
Check out how it looks on an iPhone.
A maths fun day based on fractals. Poodles are sooo last season. This year all the cool kids are making 3D Sierpinski's triangles. There's even some python scripts to make some lovely fractals. Inspired by the brilliant Vi Hart. It's always good to learn more.
Like factorising quadratics? Then you'll love the funtoriser
More of a cubic kinda person then try the funtoriser3
Fancy some practice at doing it backwards try expando for some practice at expanding brackets
This two week time-table apple script takes most of the hassle out of building the time table. Not all of the hassle though! You have to create a calendar for each class you have/teach and alter the code if the times of the day are different. If there's demand I might even make it more user friendly.
Fancy reading about my new routing trip to Macadonia? Well fill your boots. Go along, I had a whale of a time and I'm sure you will too.
Get in touch if you want a website made, climbing trip planned, DofE expedition assessed/supervised or a mathematics enrichment day at your school.