Twitter can be useful for alerting one to resources / news, note the first two items.

**Problem Solving** – an open access (free) book which looks at research on Mathematical Problem Solving.

Note **this page** for a large collection of free Mathematics books.

Jonathan Hall has many excellent **Tools for Maths Teachers**. Here you will find various tools including Starters and also a bank of **GCSE questions. **Note that you can show solutions for the GCSE questions – there is a link at the bottom of the page for each question.

The page on **Apps** has recently been updated, there are fuller descriptions of the various apps and note the addition of Summaze2 from MEI and Sigma. A wonderful example of a free app – Maths to make you think, visually attractive and no irritating adverts trying to make you buy the premium edition!

In **Mathematical Miscellany 4**, I mentioned the excellent Linar Equations Calculator; for an excellent way to illustrate the balance method of solving linear equations, try this **manipulative on Mathisfun**, this is very simple to use and does not require the user to log in.

**UK Results 2016** – a new page has been created which I will update as A Level & GCSE results / news comes in. As I do each year, I will provide links to the results statistics and grade boundaries for the various examination boards.

Note my **Twitter Examinations list**. Check this for announcements / news. (You do not have to be a Twitter subscriber to use the list.)

Whilst this is Mathematical Miscellany #5 I have been writing these compilation posts for quite some time. They were at one time ‘Thoughts this week…”. Previous posts are all filed under the category (note the Category menu on the right) **Mathematical Miscellany**.

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