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A sample of "Who wants to be a Maths Millionaire" interactive pages.

A sample of some Mathematical Digest pages.

A sample of some good mathematical projects.

A brief of some unusual Maths lessons to try.

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Teachers, students and parents are encouraged to print any of the pages on this Mathematical Digest site.

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The aim of this Mathematical Digest site is to give teachers and students access to interesting and useful mathematics, project material, challenges, mathematical applications, and teaching tips! It will also give students and parents mathematical challenges!

The material on the Mathematical Digest site is written by Bill Ellwood,    retired Head of Mathematics at Burnside High School in Christchurch, New Zealand.
Bill has just completed 50 years of teaching mathematics to high school students and to selected  primary school students at Westburn School in Christchurch.
He specialises in teaching mathematics to high ability, gifted and talented students.

All the material on this site has been used in his classes and is the culmination of his many years of teaching.
  During his career Bill has won several awards. He won a  Wolf Fisher Fellowship in 1987 and in 2005 the Jim Campbell award for teaching excellence.
He is also a Life Member of the New Zealand Association of Mathematics Teachers and the Canterbury Mathematical Association.

In 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2013  Bill wrote the material for the New Zealand Maths Week which is held in August each year. In 2013 there were 91 000 people registered for Mathsweek.  
Bill Ellwood has written six Mathematics Text books and 42 Mathematical Digests.

Text books in which Bill   has co-authored are
Yes! Mathematics
published by Pearson Longman 2003.
For Year 10 or 14 yrs old students who dislike maths or find the subject difficult.

Yes! Mathematics Homework
published by Pearson Longman 2004.
Maths homework for Year 10 or 14 yrs old students who dislike maths or find the subject difficult.

It's a Mathematical World Book 1
published by Longman Paul 1982. Twelve printings. For Year 9 or 13yr old students. Still in use and popular!

It's a Mathematical World Book 2
published by Longman Paul 1993. Ten printings.   For Year 10 or 14yr old students.   Still in use and popular!

It's a Mathematical World Book 3
published by Longman Paul 1991. Ten printings.   For Year 11 or 15yr old students. Still in use and popular!

Form 5 Mathematics published by Ilam Publications 1975. For Year 11 or 15yr old students.

42 Mathematical Digests published between 1987 and 2008.

Bill welcomes comment on
wellwood@mathsdigest.net

March 20th, 2014.