## 10 reasons that articles always have click bait titles

Because how else will you drive traffic to your site? Heaven forbid that you should actually have, you know, worthwhile and thoughtful content or anything of that nature…

## 5 Principles for Making Maths Inspiring

Today I’m giving a presentation titled 5 Principles for Making Maths Inspiring: Strategies for Increasing Student Engagement. Here are some links I refer to during my session:

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## Term 3 Summary

We are halfway through the Exploring Mathematics course – and I hope you’ve enjoyed learning some really interesting and unusual mathematical ideas! This seemed like a good time to make sure everyone is on the same page with the current assessments that you’re all working on.

AT1: Class Discussion
At this stage in the course, you have (including today’s lesson, listed below) TEN posts that you should have written in response to concepts and work done during our lessons. Here they are for those who can’t remember:

1. Introductory lesson
2. The Golden Ratio
3. 3 videos (Beauty & Mathematics)
4. Fractals
5. Artwork ideas
6. Set Theory topic review
7. Discovery or invention?
8. Comparing the sizes of sets (rational vs. natural numbers)
9. Division by zero (What is 0 divided by 0? How about 0 to the power of 0?)
10. Video ideas (today’s lesson)

Please check back through all the posts and make sure you are up-to-date. Don’t forget to participate in the dialogue too by actively discussing and questioning the ideas posted by others.

AT4: Video Composition