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Autograph Video 68 – Trig and Pythag – Part 1
The first of the Trigonometric Trilogy! In this week’s video we take a look at a clever way of using Autograph to practice working out the length of [...]
Autograph Video 67 – Pizza Puzzle
The final part of the Autograph Puzzle Trilogy! This week we take a look at the “Pizza Problem” — what is the maximum number of pieces [...]
Autograph Video 66 – Quadrilateral Puzzle
The second of the Autograph Puzzle Trilogy! Here we look at another a lovely pencil and paper puzzle inspired by Don Steward’s amazing Median Maths [...]
Autograph Video 65 – Leap Frog Puzzle
The first of the Autograph Puzzle Trilogy! Here we look at a lovely pencil and paper puzzle inspired by Don Steward’s amazing Median Maths Blog. [...]
Autograph Video 64 – Matrix Transformations
Should you find yourself needing to teach the transformation of matrices, it would be nice to have some dynamic geometry package to help you along the way [...]
Autograph Video 63 – Line Symmetry in Quadrilaterals
This is the much-anticipated(!) sequel to last week’s Line Symmetry in Rectangles. Here we look at how we might create an Autograph page to look at [...]
Autograph Video 62 – Line Symmetry in Rectangles
A common misconception amongst students (and myself, actually!) is that a rectangle has 4 lines of symmetry. In this video we look at how we can use [...]
Autograph Video 61 – Circle Through 3 Points
I was surprised that one of my Year 13 students wasn’t aware of the lovely fact that you can draw a circle through any 3 points, so long as those 3 [...]
Autograph Video 60 – Battleships
In this video we take a look at an activity I like to use with my classes called Co-ordinate Battleships. I use this either to revise the equations of [...]
Autograph Video 59 – Importing Images
Another incredibly useful feature of Autograph is the ability to import images onto the graph page. In this video we take a look at how easy it is to [...]
Autograph Video 58 – The Keyboard
A feature of Autograph that many people are unaware of (or close down as quickly as possible!) is the Autograph Keyboard. In this video we take a look at [...]
Autograph Video 57 – Hiding Things!
An incredibly useful feature of Autograph is the ability to hide a variety of things. These include points, shapes and lines. In this video we look at how [...]
Autograph Video 56 – Follow the Point
The Transformation of Functions Trilogy comes to a close with this final video all about how you can use Autograph to play “Follow the Point”. [...]
Autograph Video 55 – Transformation of Functions 2
Part 2 of the Transformations of Functions Trilogy of Autograph videos. This time we take a peek at a nice way of getting the exact shape function you are [...]
Autograph Video 54 – Transformation of Functions
The first in the Transformations of Functions Trilogy of videos where we look at how we can use Autograph to introduce students to the topic of [...]
Autograph Video 53 – Creating Number Lines
Following on from our work on worksheets last week, this time we take a look at how Autograph can be used to very quickly create an incredibly flexible [...]
Autograph Video 52 – Creating Worksheets
Just a quickie here about how you can use Autograph to add that finishing touch to your perfect worksheet. Whether you want a lovely set of axes, some [...]
Autograph Video 51 – Fitting Functions to Data
Following a request from Science teacher Mr Richardson, here is a video explaining how you can use Autograph to fit functions to various data sets. It [...]
Autograph Video 50 – Further Volumes of Revolution
In the final Autograph Video of 2011 we take a look at some of the lovely shapes you can make using Volumes of Revolution. We hint at how it is possible to [...]
Autograph Video 49 – Volume of Revolution Formula
Following directly on from Video 48, this week we look at how we can use Autograph’s unique 3D engine to demonstrate to students exactly where the [...]