Geometry and Measurement workshop 29/10/08
Overview of day

Session 1 - Louise Addison - What has changed?

Session 2 - Sandra Cathcart - A closer look at Measurement

Session 3 - Jeanette Saunders - A closer look at Geometry

Some geometry websites Pip has found
Calendars for 2009 nets, either glue or fold and tuck
GeoGebra is a free and multi-platform dynamic mathematics software for schools that joins geometry, algebra and calculus. It received several international awards including the European and German educational software awards.
Some starter activities for Geogebra written by Neil Marshall. Using Geogebra to Explore Functions.pdf; Using Geogebra to Investigate Angle Theorems.pdf; Learning How to Use Geogebra and Using Geogebra to make Patterns version 2.pdf
Many activities have already been prepared to use with geogebra. This link takes you to the page to access them. You need to register, this is free and painless. I have had a look at a couple in the English section, in particular Barbara_Perez had quite a lot around angle and parallel line geometry, including lesson plans.