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Transforming Textiles

This Teachers TV programme is part of the series Inspirations, which documents imaginative school projects that make a difference.

The video shows how Stella O'Toole has succeeded in turning textiles into one of the most popular subjects at Heywood Community School. When Stella was employed by the schools...

GCSE criteria for Design and Technology 2007

This set of subject criteria were produced in 2007 by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority for Awarding Bodies to produce subject specifications for use in 2009 GCSE Design and Technology. GCSE specifications had to meet these criteria in order to be accredited.

The GCSE criteria explain the general...

GCSE subject criteria for Engineering 2007

This set of subject criteria were produced by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority for Awarding Bodies to produce subject specifications for use in 2007 GCSE Engineering. GCSE specifications had to meet these criteria in order to be accredited.

The GCSE criteria explain the general aims of studying a...

Outstanding Curriculum Innovation in Science: City and Islington College

This report from Ofsted looks at City and Islington College which is one of the biggest national providers of science in further education. The college has developed a broad range of cutting-edge science provision and established itself as a regional centre of excellence for science.

• The college has...

Secondary Maths Using ICT

This video resource, from the Teachers TV series Hard to Teach, features a group of mathematics teachers taking part in a project which looks at how ICT can help with hard-to-teach topics.

Dynamic geometry software is used for circle theorems, allowing Year Nine students in Wellingborough to make and...

History of Maths

This video resource from Teachers TV features presenter Matthew Tosh as he briefly explains the history of different number systems and how the denary system was developed. He discusses the origins of algebra, the introduction of metric measurements and the controversy provoked by negative numbers, which some of...

Wrestling with Primes

This video resource from Teachers TV features presenter Matthew Tosh who looks at the complex subject of prime numbers, from the theories relating to them to some of their uses, in an information-packed video for teachers of mathematics.

For centuries, mathematicians have been searching for both larger...

Seaside

This video resource from Teachers TV is presented by mathematics adviser and performer Isaac Anoom. Filmed at the seaside, it raises questions on: construction of a triangle, similar triangles, scale drawing and loci.

A question is posed for each topic, offering a pause point for teachers to hold a freeze...

Ratios and Proportions

This video resource from Teachers TV is presented by Fran and Dave, who demonstrate a practical application of ratio and proportion as they prepare for a dinner party.

The number of guests requires the adaptation of recipes for both food and drink. Graphics are used effectively throughout the video to...

Working with Formulae

This video resource from Teachers TV is presented by Fran and Dave, who use the length of a runway at an airport to demonstrate a practical application of mathematics. Graphics are used to demonstrate how to rearrange a formula.

Measurements, taken at an airport, are substituted into relevant formulae to...

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