New software - Flippin' Heritage
This program was first written in 1979 by a maths teacher, Richard Millwood, for one of the first computers used in schools, the Research Machines 380Z.
It later became part of the SMILE suite of programs used in schools to learn about angles ('Flip' to see how the older version worked).
Play with it to learn about the numbers used for angles.
This 2012 version can also be used to investigate the physics of friction and restitution.
This program was first created by the Investigations into Teaching with a Microcomputer as an Aid project (ITMA). It was designed by Hugh Burkhardt, Richard Phillips and Malcolm Swan. It was programmed by Richard Phillips for one of the first computers used in schools, the Research Machines 380Z.
It can be used to learn about graph interpretation and sketching.
The program and its accompanying guide was published by Longman in 1982.
The 2015 version was created by Richard Millwood.