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Now available online: Exploring Trigonometric Graphs (LCHL)

This resource gives Senior Cycle Students practice;

  • in recognising trigonometrical graphs from their equations
  • in sketching trigonometrical graphs
  • in the period and range of trigonometrical graphs

Throughout it offers suggestions and materials on how to engage students in group work and whole group discussion. Visit www.projectmaths.ie for more information, or alternatively, click here for direct access.

Interactive Teaching & Learning Plans

The majority of Teaching & Learning Plans on www.projectmaths.ie are now interactive. This means they are available in two formats.

1. As a PDF for photocopying/handouts or using with visualiser
2. As an interactive PowerPoint presentation

Simply click on the file in the relevant section of our website to view.

We have also developed a short video (6 mins approx) to enable teachers to make the most of this unique and valuable resource.

Interactive T&L Plans

Want help in using our interactive teaching and learning plans? Simply follow the in...


Modular Course 4: Problem Solving & Financial Maths

The Project Maths Development Team, is pleased to offer this modular course on Problem Solving & Financial Maths. The course will focus on new elements of the syllabus, methodology and provide student centered activities. The course will cover topics from Junior Certificate and Leaving Certificate syllabus.

Modules (4 x 2.5 hours each)

1. Introduction to Problem Solving

2. Integrating Problem Solving throughout the syllabus

3.Financial Maths

4. Further exploration of Financial Maths & Geometric Sequences & Series.

All attendance will be certified.

Engineers Week 7

Have you got involved Engineers Week yet?
This year’s annual celebration of all things engineering-related takes place from 25th February to 3rd March.
There’s a host of events and activities to get involved in, with something to suit everyone, and the chance for your school to win a prize. Visit www.engineersweek.ie for more fun details!