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Bursary Supported CPD at The National STEM Learning Centre

There are a number of  upcoming ENTHUSE funded courses of interest to teachers of mathematics post -16.

Contextualising post-16 GCSE Mathematics (20/21 June)

Run in conjunction with MEI, this two day residential CPD activity is designed for mathematics specialist practitioners who...


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Support for teachers of A level

There are a number of regional events to support teachers of Post-16 maths, which are taking place in the coming months.

Underground Mathematics (MEI)

                Monday 12th June at Harrogate Grammar School

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Reading Braille in maths lessons

Have you ever considered showing your maths students how braille works? It's a somewhat unusual idea, but one of the Core Maths resources in our collection does just that!

Braille was invented in 1883 by the Frenchman Louise Braille. It is a series of raised dots allow characters to be read by touch....


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Book BCME9 soon to get the early bird offer

I have finally got around to it - booked my place at the British Congress of Mathematics Education (BCME). I have been meaning to do it for months now but there is nothing like a deadline to make things happen. Book before 31st January to receive the early bird offer.

So what is BCME?

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SMILE: Connecting vectors, areas and just nice maths!

When reviewing the most popular resource collections downloaded in 2017 it came as no surprise that the SMILE collection came ‘top of the pops’ once again. Thousands of great ideas all in one place.

One of my many favourites is ‘Vector Areas’  which is in pack two of the Translation and Vectors...


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New and aspiring leaders of mathematics CPD

Our inspirational residential CPD for new and aspiring leaders of mathematics returns this January.
 

See what previous participants thought about their experiences in this video:

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Integrated Mathematics Scheme: B1

This Year Seven textbook from the Integrated Mathematics Scheme contains 30 units split into three sections each containing ten units. There are basic exercises (M units) followed by more challenging extension exercises (E units) covering the same topics in each file. This book covers the same topics as the book A1...
Publication date:
1980 - 1989

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‘Nice’ and ‘Interesting’ GCSE exam questions

I have spent some time collecting together maths GCSE exam style questions which I considered to be ‘nice’ or ‘interesting’. To be honest, it was more what you had to do to get the answer, that you could get the answer in different ways, or how that I considered the approach to solving the question was nice or...


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Science and Technology in Society 7

SATIS book seven includes Electricity in your home[, Physics in playgrounds, and Which anti-acid?. The ten units in this booklet are: 701 Electricity in your home: Exercises using the electricity meters in students homes to find out about electricity consumption. 702 The gas supply problem: Information and...
Publication date:
1980 - 1989

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Mathematics Reader

The Nuffield Advanced Mathematics reader provided articles as background or extensions to topics covered elsewhere in the course. The aim was to encourage students to make further study of the development and applications of the ideas about which they were learning. This was one of the ways by which the course team...
Publication date:
1990 - 1999

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