Curriculum Tags: MFM1P, MPM1D, MFM2P, MPM2D

http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2013/12/how-fast-are-the-cars-in-angry-birds-go/

If you teach exponential growth you should watch this video. It doesn't use and fancy technology or have any bells and whistles but it does a great job of really putting the idea of exponentials in perspective. And if you like this video I suggest you watch the rest of the videos in the series. There are a lot of great ideas that you can use for sure. I really like the way he really drives home the idea of doubling.

Curriculum Tags: MCR3U, MCF3M, MHF4U, MAP4C

http://www.albartlett.org/presentations/arithmetic_population_energy_video1.html

It always seems like there aren't many Calculus resources. Well here is a nice paper and pencil resource for converting between f and f' from Math Teacher Mambo.

Curriculum Tags: MCV4U

http://mathteachermambo.blogspot.com/2014/01/calculus-f-and-f-graphs.html

Curriculum Tags: MFM1P, MPM1D

http://what-if.xkcd.com/77/

Planet Nutshell has a new series of videos called Math Shorts and they have created a handful of the 20 or so eventual videos. See them all here. Thanks to Free Technology for Teachers for this one.

Curriculum Tags: Gr7, Gr8

http://www.planetnutshell.com/skill/math-shorts/

Here is an interesting image that relates to algebraic fallacies. It could be used for some of those higher end students when dealing with the fine points of algebraic manipulations.

Curriculum Tags: MPM1D, MPM2D

https://pbs.twimg.com/media/Bc-0INnIcAAdykP.jpg

For those who are into Malcom Gladwell's new book David & Goliath

Curriculum Tags: MBF3C, MDM4U

https://i.chzbgr.com/maxW500/7958374656/h5E5820CE/

What a cool resource you are providing. Thanks for doing the leg work for finding links that may otherwise be missed.

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