I have specially engineered a separate site to store self written
handouts for the benefit of the student embarking on his H2 maths
journey. Feel free to view and download the materials which
are made available there.
2. weews.webs.com and wenshih.wordpress.com
For an extremely comprehensive coverage of H2 maths and other
math related courses, the above two sites (both by prolific
teacher Mr Wee) comes highly recommended.
As the name suggests, this site is dedicated to providing resources
for students taking A level maths within UK. Nonetheless, it is
equally enriching and beneficial to anyone taking maths in high
school and college outside Europe.
A very professional site created by Mr Teo who is a graduate
tutor from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore
(NTU). Highly detailed, thoughtful summaries are aplenty there;
also included is a generous collection of assignment questions for
students who wish to have more exposure.
By far the most insane (in a good sense) website I have stumbled
upon in ages-the creator has uploaded close to 900 instructional
maths videos which essentially covers everything from
elementary levels to perplexing college material. The best part?
Everything is FREE.
The author of this site (Arc Ng) has taken great pains to create a
treasure trove of self penned solutions to past year A level/JC
preliminary H2 maths examination questions. Thumbs up for his
genuine, sincere efforts.
The brainchild of brilliant educator Murray Bourne (who taught in
Australia and Japan), this gargantuan site provides an in depth
dissection of many high school and college level maths topics,
complete with fully assisted try it yourself examples and a suite
of LiveMath interactive models to facilitate the learning process
via simulation. Truly mind blowing.
For those who want a hands on/self exploratory approach in
picking up mathematical concepts, this heavily interactive applet
laden site will bring a smile to the face.
A solid learning site for fundamental calculus-the content is
comprehensive and neatly categorized, in addition its
presentation crisp and not in the least dry. Many thanks to the
A monstrously excellent mathematical directory immensely
packed with references/links to online resources (websites)
all over the world wide web. You won't regret checking it out.
This is a wiki collaboration page overseen by Steph Richards who
is the current head of maths at the prestigious Hawthorn High
School- it deals mainly with the WJEC standard and further maths.
I am privileged to be accepted as an editor and hope to assist in
expanding/updating the site to the best of my abilities.
The maths portal at this huge UK student site is always alive and
bustling with discussions and various activities-check out the list
of recommended maths websites, or post a maths related query
in the forum-responses come swiftly and are often very helpful.
If you wish to find specific function commands using your
graphic calculator model TI-83/84, you will love this link.
The site is also constantly being renewed to reflect the latest
The quality maths sections at this site contain an abundance of
learning material for the GCSE, AS and A2 syllabuses. It is
exceptionally well structured; valuable examination/course
advice and formula sheets can also be found here. (Personally,
I find the mechanics segment to be an excellent piece of work.)
Another directory worth mentioning. This is a new kid on the
block, but it is very well organised and expanding rapidly.
I love the "weekly picks" column where they provide fresh,
constant updates on whats happening in the maths blogosphere.
Philippines based maths lecturer Guillermo Bautista Jr has created
an exceptionally superb site where he shares his expertise and
experiences concerning the incorporation of ICT (Information
and Communications Technology) into the teaching of
mathematics. If you desire a glimpse of what the future holds for
virtual teaching platforms, this is a good place to start.
BedokFunland JC specialises in H2 Chemistry Tuition, and is
conveniently located in the east area between VJC and TJC.
Do visit this impressive site done up by Mr Heng.
A gem of a website sharing self authored physics notes (for both O
and A levels) as well as cool wacky experimentation videos-all in
the name of making the subject more palatable to students.
Definitely not to be missed.
An extremely prominent American educator Dr Rick E Bavaria has
personally given me permission to link to his blog which is
delightfully packed with tips, advice and valuable perspectives
on the notion of teaching/learning. Make a stop over at his site
and you will stand to benefit loads from his wisdom; I know I did.
In the spirit of sharing and giving, Miss Tan Shi Hui and gang
have constructed an enormous H1 general paper (GP) resource
website full of materials gleaned from various sources and
made it completely free for all students to access. For her
selflessness, this young lady gets my vote and support.
The web is full of treasures, and this site is definitely one of them.
Besides being loaded with plenty of material for subjects including
chemistry, geography and the SATs, the authors have also
generously dispensed advice on college application matters. Two
This maths educator previously from Stanford University has a
strong passion for teaching mathematics as well as an equally
powerful, genuine zest for living life to the fullest. Read his
articles and you will understand what I mean. On a personal
note, thanks Sol for including my site on your blogroll, I look
foward to exchanging ideas with you and benefiting from your
This site owned by research engineer Kristian Edlund hosts a large
collection of his programming solutions (in C#) to numerous
math/computational problems defined by Project Euler.
In addition, he frequently muses about various maths and science
topics as evidenced from his quality posts. Definitely a keeper
on my list.
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me via the mutual exchange/posting of website links,
feel free to drop me a line. Please do understand that it is
my intention to post only good quality site links on this page.