A collection of excellent free resources for demonstrating the various circle theorems:
Tim Devereux has created GeoGebra applets which allow exploration of the circle theorems. You can access each theorem from the menu on the left which includes a useful summary of all the theorems.
A new page on this blog is on Top Posts and Pages which I can see from the WordPress statistics has been a popular page itself this week.
Top Posts and Pages details the most popular posts and pages in the last seven days and also for all time (since starting this blog in January 2009).
It is interesting that some recent posts such as Top>10 Mathematics Websites have made it very quickly into the top posts and pages for all time.
Top Posts and Pages will be updated regularly.
Jane Hart, the founder of the Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies has for the last five years has been generating an annual “Top 100 Tools for Learning” list by asking learning professionals to share their favorite tools for learning.
The finalised list of the 2011 Top 100 Tools for learning from C4LPT (Centre for Learning and Performance Technologies) has now been published.
Looking at the list – as a teacher I use many of these tools; I thought I would outline here those tools in the list I use in my Mathematics teaching. Each link takes you directly to the site or to a post giving further examples of the use of that tool.