I stumbled across this one whilst looking for a nice proof of the sum of the first n natural squared numbers. Ken’s take on this is here and his general maths page with lots of gems of interest to budding A Level mathematiciams is here.
Massachussets Institute of Technology (“MIT”) OpenCourseWare (“OCW”) is a web-based publication of virtually all MIT course content. Wow! Here is a link to the MIT open courseware in mathematics.
Here is another pre 2000 internet project. The book that has been topic pdf chunked is aimed at engineers. The explanations are lucid and just may help with explaining a little understood topic in a different way. The homepage contains other links but I can’t get the animations or questions to work.
The Mathematics Enhancement Programme commenced way back in 1995. I think this GCSE material was last amended/addended in 2004. Still relevant and pretty comprehensive. MEP GCSE The MEP homepage is here: MEP
A few notes on the topic of teaching first-timers the fundametal theorem of calculus. Calculus_SF_Theorem FTC Fundamental_Theorem_of_Calculus
A couple of other people’s dropbox resources (with attribution) can be found here: https://twitter.com/Owen134866/status/635348863402971136 And … http://www.mathedup.co.uk/peterborough-maths-dropbox/ including the Peterborough Maths Teachers dropbox https://www.dropbox.com/sh/cpvuvyid92drjpe/GSk16DYuZn.
I stumbled across this site by an Australian teacher, whilst looking for resources for my Level 3 engineering students. Excellent site for motivated AS Level students. Interactive mathematics
Things are starting to settle down, with a few weeks until first teaching of the new more rigorous 2015 GCSE maths. The main examining boards have all published and fine-tuned their offerings including specifications and sample materials: Edexcel OCR AQA WJEC