1. Marcus’ Marvellous Mathemagicians
This is another initiative from the brilliant Oxford Professor. He has groups of enthusiastic maths students geared up to go out to provide shows mainly at educational institutes. At the moment these are provided free with expenses being remunerated.
Another of Marcus du Sautoy ideas was Maths in the City. I think this is no longer being supported, however their is a wealth of ideas on the website to support the idea of maths int he city.
2. Inspire Your Teenagers with a Maths Show
Maths Inspiration is one of the largest maths enrichment programmes for teenagers in the UK. It’s a chance for Year 11s and sixth formers to experience the UK’s most inspiring maths speakers live, in big venues, presenting mathematics in the context of exciting, real-world situations. Our shows are exceptional value for money, with ticket prices in autumn 2013 and spring 2014 set at no more than £7 (which is just £5.80 if you reclaim VAT).
3.Maths Road shows
The milenium project at Cambridge produced not only nrich but also a series of roadshows for schools. These are not free but are well regarded.
4. Techniquest Maths Kit
Available for hire from techniquest Wales
5. The mathematical Museum Germany
6. Maths Museum New York
If you cannot get there, take a look at the pictures for inspiration.
7.Stem with robots
This is a fantastic way to explore logic, maths and technology in a safe workshop environment. Gary Redrup is a recognised leader in LEGO robots for learning and his courses are extremely well attended.
8. Maths Midway Tours
This is a festival maths ideas which can be rolled out to a large audience. I particularly like the hamronograph which takes the sound wave pattern and converts it into a drawing ( I think )
9. Maths in a Suitcase
This is run by Selwyn van Zeller who guarantees to give the students a completely engaged experience of Maths.
10. The Experimentarium: Mathematics Denmark
|This is a science explore centre with some useful maths exhibitions.|
This is San Fransico based exploration centre with perhaps the biggest range of maths equipment on display.
12. Maths Mondays
This site contains some great art and maths projects from the New York Museum of Maths
Making craft from maths. The biggest collection on the web spanning origami to Minecraft.
14. Andre Jefferies
Great magic shoes to inspire the wonder in maths
15. Ben Sparks
Ben is an experienced teacher who gives a range of great talks around maths.
Stunning clowning and balloons with Maths at the very heart of it. These workshops are bookable all round the UK.
17. Creative Learning
Juliet Robertson is one of the most active practitioners of outdoor learning. She is passionate about Maths and has many brilliant examples on her website