The **UKEdchat** Mathematics Subject Special took place on Thursday 23rd October and the **Session page** has been updated with the complete chat. Note that you do not need a Twitter account to view any of the links mentioned in the slideshow or in this post.

**View the complete chat as a Storify Slideshow.
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I thought I would review the chat and note some interesting resources which were shared and add a few more which may be of interest. Each image of a tweet links to the appropriate site. As always I’ll qualify this with the fact that my choices here are entirely personal – they interest me and I hope will interest readers. I am making no claims that these are the best! (see Emily Nussbaum writing for The New Yorker on **why she hates Top Ten Lists!**)

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**Some good ideas there that could work for any subject, I particularly like the Clever Bell Ringer Procedures – I’m sure you could be clever with post it notes for the sign in activity.

**Corbettmaths** – such a good site, including the starters mentioned here:

Form Time Ideas looks great and would make a great lesson starter

I’ll second all of those. Ed’s tweet links to a KenKen solver. Also see **this page** for various puzzles, links are included to all the sites Ed mentions and you may find some more you like as well. For more on Find the Factors see **this post**.

How quickly can you identify those prime numbers? This reminds me of the **Sporkle **site where you can test your ability to remember prime numbers or square numbers amongst many other possibilities. It is also easy to write your own quizzes.

**Diagnostic questions** – a brilliant site and new questions constantly added – for more information and how tos click the following tweet image.

Me too Miss H – image links to MathsSticks and more on **Nrich here.**

**Homework** ideas from JustMaths and from me:

** Coding** is just great, image links to Scratch Junior.

See also **Scratch, CodeMonkey **and the **Python site**.

…and teach them some Excel skills!

**Thank you so much to every single person who took part in the chat – it says something about you all that you take part and share ideas. **

I have mentioned many resources you may find useful in connection with many of the questions raised in the chat in my ‘Resolutions for Mathematics Teachers” reproduced here: