A new page in the series of pages on Underground Mathematics …
If you create an account (all free) on Underground Mathematics you can easily save and organise your favourite resources.
Select User from the menu at the top right, then New User to create an account. Note that you also use the User menu to log in.
When you are logged in you can add any resource to your collection by selecting the star to the right of the title. And note this resource Pick a card, which I highly recommend, think about multiple representations for Quadratic Functions. This could be used with younger students too.
See also: Tutorials – Saving favourite resources – a video from Underground Maths
To see your resource collection, select ‘Your resource collection from the User menu.
You can also use subcollections to help organise your resources.
When you display your resource collection, note the options for each resource, the first of which is the ability to add the resource to a subcollection.
Note the choice to add to one of your existing subcollections or the option to create a new one.
Note that when you display your resource collection you can select a subcollection if you wish:
See for example Building Blocks resources I personally like; I created a subcollection and downloaded as a csv file. The ability to add notes is really useful too.
For reference, this is one of a series of pages on Underground Mathematics. With so many outstanding resources on the site, this is a continuing work in progress.