Teaching maths post-16 in Birmingham UK. Contact me on ping dot keith at gmail dot com.

- 32 multiple choice questions about Number and Shape for your interactive whiteboard with pdf files
- 32 revision questions for your interactive whiteboard with place mat handout
- 20+ Weekly worksheets
- Harder Maths: Finding a value of π by dropping rice grains on graph paper and counting the grains
- Market Maths: Pounds and kilograms
- SOHCAHTOA GCSE Maths Trig Summary
- Proportion: chocolate bar label
- GCSE: Rules and Tools for Data booklet
- GCSE: Rules and Tools for Number booklet
- Writing about charts
- Visual ratios
- Quick fractions
- Starters
- Whiteboards
- Quadratic formula lesson using CIMT questions
- Ratios by grouping and by tallying
- Measuring angles and investigating polygons
- Divide by sharing out
- The unreasonable effectiveness of sorting and posting tasks
- Graphs workshop lesson for GCSE
- Measuring and formulas: A tale of two tins
- Probability: sorting statements by likelihood
- Perimeter of a rectangle as first algebra lesson
- Rolling two dice experiment (Updated Dec 2014)
- Area and perimeter linked with factors and a bit of algebra
- Algebra revision activities
- Misunderstandings about perimeter and area
- Probability Summary GCSE New syllabus
- Make a scale diagram from a satellite image
- Measuring: numeracy introduction
- Transformations flashcards
- Measurement and metric unit starter
- Functional Skills Maths: Fixed and variable costs
- Area of a trapezium
- Use a till roll to build a fraction wall
- Statistics starter: choosing random digits
- Number starter: digit sorting
- The reporting of GCSE exam results
- BODMAS as a first lesson
- Multiplying 0.2 by 0.3: visualise by area
- Introducing algebra rules through grid multiplication

- Pinboard link blog
- Screencasts on YouTube
- Presentations on slideshare
- Handouts, usually pdf files

- Installing OpenBSD 6.1 on your laptop is really hard (not)
- Aneurin Bevan book cover
- Recipe: Spicy Lentils
- Old blog pages 2004 to 2010 frozen in time!
- Astronomical Calculations pages from 20th Century!

Keith Burnett, Last update: Sunday May 7th 2017; stylesheet mashing, more content soon.