Old links section
The links area of the web-site provides links to other web-sites that we believe will be useful to you as a teacher. Inclusion of links in this section should not be seen as an endorsement of the content of the site, but rather as an indication that it may be valuable for classroom programmes. While every effort is made to ensure that links are active, and their content appropriate, changes to external websites are beyond our control. If you find a broken link, or one which you believe should be removed, please contact us.
With each link we provide a summary review, and a star rating. You can also access our full site review for each of the links we include.
Increasingly people are publishing reference material on the Internet.
- Student Sites
These links are to sites that intended for use by students. For each link we provide a summary of the maths concepts covered. We also indicate the curriculum level that the site is appropriate for.
- TKI searches
These links were previously available from the TKI website. The links take you to the results of TKI resource searches.
- The Education Counts website aims to increase the availability and accessibility of information about education statistics and research. It holds a wide variety of resources including the Iterative Best Evidence Synthesis (BES) and links to statistics and reference lists relating to education in New Zealand.
- A collection of resources has been developed to support the changes being made to New Zealand coins. The resources include interactive games, teaching ideas, and facts about coins.
- Answers and Teachers' Notes for the books in the Figure It Out series are available online.
- A great site with activities developed for New Zealand students is the Wicked site, click on the logo below to go to the maths section of the site.
- Studyit is a student online learning environment supporting NCEA maths. Students can find what they need to know for each of the achievement standards, revision notes, practice questions, and links. Specific issues can be discussed with other students and expert teachers on the mathematics forum or by email.
- The New Zealand Council for Educational Research hosts Assessment Resource Banks (ARBs). The banks contain downloadable assessment items, organised by strand and level, which are designed to validly assess against the curriculum. You do need to apply for a password (on-line) to access the banks.
- edCentre is an online gateway to education information. It provides access to educational services and advice for organisations and people at all stages of their lives. edCentre is organised into six areas to help you find relevant, helpful information more easily.
If you know of any sites that you believe we should include please let us know. (email@example.com)