For a very comprehensive database of mathematics mentioned anywhere is a movie try MMDB – The Mathematical Movie Database from Burkard Polster and Marty Ross.

I am just wondering if you can suggest a way to use mathematical notation on Chromebooks as well as I pads? Sorry I should also add in there FREE???? Otherwise not sure the students will pay???? So many other important things to buy at this age :- )

I would love to be able to use Google Forms as a formative tool for my secondary students but so far this is proving a bit tricky.

Cheers for now and thanks once again for such a great source of information :- )

Cheers,

James Buckley

Mathematics Ōtorohanga College ph:8738029

On 30 July 2016 at 22:23, Mathematics, Learning and Technology wrote:

> Colleen Young posted: ” At the wonderful National Cinema Museum, Turin – > holiday time this week! Thinking about Maths in the movies led me to this > great collection of movie clips featuring Mathematics from Harvard > University: http://www.math.harvard.edu/~knill/mathmovi” >

James in Google docs you can certainly insert an equation and hence have access to mathematical symbols; are you trying to do something more than this? What age are your students?

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I am just wondering if you can suggest a way to use mathematical notation on Chromebooks as well as I pads? Sorry I should also add in there FREE???? Otherwise not sure the students will pay???? So many other important things to buy at this age :- )

I would love to be able to use Google Forms as a formative tool for my secondary students but so far this is proving a bit tricky.

Cheers for now and thanks once again for such a great source of information :- )

Cheers,

James Buckley

Mathematics Ōtorohanga College ph:8738029

On 30 July 2016 at 22:23, Mathematics, Learning and Technology wrote:

> Colleen Young posted: ” At the wonderful National Cinema Museum, Turin – > holiday time this week! Thinking about Maths in the movies led me to this > great collection of movie clips featuring Mathematics from Harvard > University: http://www.math.harvard.edu/~knill/mathmovi” >

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James in Google docs you can certainly insert an equation and hence have access to mathematical symbols; are you trying to do something more than this? What age are your students?

Have you tried OneNote? See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eM-Ojx6fkbQ

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Thanks, Colleen. Your information is always so so useful. Cheers a million for sharing such great ideas.

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