The Mathomat geometry template is a powerful learning tool that brings mathematics to life. You can use your Mathomat template with the many free investigations and video demonstrations in this learning centre. These investigations, used with Mathomat, are aimed at developing a deep and flexible understanding of mathematics for use in real world problem solving as well as in the classroom.
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Using a series of Mathomat products and templates, learn maths and geometry with Pr. Chris Tisdell.
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Chris is Professor and Chair of Mathematics and Mathematics Education at the University of New South Wales. He is also Vice President Education at the Australian Mathematics Society, an academic board member at Lincoln University College and Honorary Professor of Digital and STEM Education at the University of Queensland.
This template is the first in the series inspired by Pr. Chris Tisdell. Integrated is a large, 25mm radius TGT (Tisdell’s Geometry Tool) with a matching radius arc sector and Neusis straight edge.
The Mathomat V3 Template has all the great range of shape stencils such as graduated circles, ellipses, regular polygons, quadrilaterals, and graphing curves that you would expect.
This drawing tool is designed for large scale whiteboard sketches to discuss, or demonstrate, Mathomat activities in class – or simply for use as a helpful whiteboard tool.
We have been privileged to work with a number of leading mathematics educators over the years. They are an eclectic group, but they all have two things in common. They are all well regarded professionals, and they all think that Mathomat is a powerful learning tool.
Author of the forthcoming student manual "Discovering hidden angles, a Mathomat adventure" which builds on his research into angle conceptualisation
Chris, a mathematician and educator, is an academic advisor to Mathomat. Chris approached us in 2021 with an interest in the circle templates in Mathomat...
Michelle is a mathematics teacher from Bloemfontein, South Africa. She utilises Mathomat products extensively in her teaching. Michelle provides professional...
As tool designers we aim to support mathematics teachers by developing geometry learning aids that can engage middle school students more deeply. Construction of mathematical knowledge is encouraged If students can remain connected with the concrete geometric experiences of their primary school years while engaging with the more abstract concepts required in secondary school. This facilitates a deeper understanding of the geometric relationships students are being challenged to understand.