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A percentage problem

How does the proportion change when we make different mixtures?

[Upper secondary school]

[Upper secondary school]

Elisabeth Swedman; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall

Counting Peas

Students estimate an unknown number of yellow peas by using the Capture-Recapture method.

[16-18 years old students]

[16-18 years old students]

Magnus Johansson; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall

Cryptography

The earliest form of cryptography was the simple writing of a message, as most people could not read. In fact, the very word cryptography comes from the Greek words kryptos and graphein, which mean hidden and writing, respectively.

[17-18 years old]

[17-18 years old]

Christine Milleret; Charles Baudelaire

Digital tool

Solve questions with digital tools

[Upper Secondary School]

[Upper Secondary School]

Karin Viksten och Eva Olsson; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall

Functions and derivatives

Functions and derivatives

[Upper Secondary School]

[Upper Secondary School]

Christina Svärd; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall

Functions and their graphs

An exercise to read an English text concerning functions

[Upper secondary school]

[Upper secondary school]

Elisabeth Swedman; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall

Learning systems of linear equations

This lesson provides a practical entry point for students to learn systems of linear equations.

[Uper secondary school]

[Uper secondary school]

Maria Dunder, Magnus Johansson; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall

Magic tricks

Magic tricks

[15-17 years old students]

[15-17 years old students]

Marion Montocchio, Lycée Charles Baudelaire

Make stadiums great again

Maths and sports: Let’s give back their freedom to sportsmen!

[Students]

[Students]

Romain Janvier; Charles Baudelaire

Matching texts with expressions

Students, in groups, match mathematical texts with an appropriate expression.

[ages 13+]

[ages 13+]

Jennifer Röst, Frank Waagaard; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall

Maths and bees

Vocabulary and calculus about plane geometry through the honeycomb example.

[Students]

[Students]

Chantal Reboux; Charles Baudelaire

Mobile subscriptions

Calculations to decide which mobile subscription is the most favourable

[Upper secondary school]

[Upper secondary school]

Elisabeth Swedman; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall

Murder Case

Use mathematics to solve a murder crime.

[Upper secondary school]

[Upper secondary school]

Ola Ivarsson; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall

Numeral systems

Numeral systems

[15-17 years old students]

[15-17 years old students]

Marion Montocchio, Lycée Charles Baudelaire

Open ended tasks

Team problems which don't require previous knowledge.

[ages 13+]

[ages 13+]

Frank Waagaard, Jennifer Röst; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall

Outdoor math quiz

Problem solving in small groups

[14-17 year old students]

[14-17 year old students]

Frank Waagaard, Jennifer Röst; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall

Practical Investigations

Practical Investigations

[12-14 year old children]

[12-14 year old children]

Tristan Foster; Tavistock College

Problem solving

Solve a problem and present it to your classmates

[Upper Secondary School]

[Upper Secondary School]

Karin Viksten och Jennifer Röst; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall

Problem solving electricity

Team problem - maths/physics

[17-19 years students]

[17-19 years students]

Frank Waagaard, Jennifer Röst; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall

Science Super Hero

How to Motivate Boys into Science Superhero

[12-14 year old children]

[12-14 year old children]

Tristan Foster; Tavistock College

Series Circuiting of resistors

Exercices of serial resistors

[gymnasium]

[gymnasium]

Gintautas Stonys

Tangrams

Tangrams

[12-17 years old students]

[12-17 years old students]

Marion Montocchio, Lycée Charles Baudelaire

The "Girls and Math" day

Event for the promotion of scientific (espacially mathematics) and technical studies and professions, among girls.

[11-16 years old students]

[11-16 years old students]

Claire Castillon-Lemettais

The Palletised Drop Test Mechanism

This report is to document the research and development of the Palletised Drop Test Mechanism.

[12-14 years old students]

[12-14 years old students]

Camilla Snowden, Dominic Newton, Hugo Challis, Peter Alexander; Devonport High School for Boys, DHSB

The project of Delsbo electric

A competition open to college and university students.The goal is to design and construct a battery driven railway vehicle

[13-14 years old students]

[13-14 years old students]

Victor Strandell; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall

The Pythagoras Puzzle

The Pythagorean theorem has been given numerous proofs – possibly the most for any mathematical theorem. This puzzle is a way for the students to verify the theorem themselves.

[13-17 years old students]

[13-17 years old students]

Tommie Zetterlund; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall

The shape of music

The music sounds over science: The Pythagorean Scale

[Students]

[Students]

Romain Janvier; Charles Baudelaire

The speed of an air gun bullet

To use and make the laws of physics visible by calculating the velocity of a bullet.

[13-15 years old students]

[13-15 years old students]

Victor Strandell; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall

Understanding Exam Questions

Where are most of the marks lost? Read the questions!

[all ages]

[all ages]

James Strud; Tavistock College

Which option will give you the best profit?

Problem solving, including percent (interest rate) and solving equations with logarithms and powers. You can also use graphical methods.

[16 - 19 Year old student]

[16 - 19 Year old student]

Eva Olsson; Bromangymnasiet Hudiksvall