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Teaching Resources


There are many sorts of teaching resources: here we have pulled together a number of Schemes of Work and Lesson Plans, and we also have a selection of free online resources and websites that you may find useful, either as a teaching resource, or for your own professional development.

You may also be looking for our National Curriculum Resource Tool:

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  FE Magazine - Issue 19: Elsewhere on the Portal
Explore the NCETM FE Magazine - Issue 19. Published monthly, the magazine includes a range of features and professional development materials.
27 January 2011 10:53 by ncetm_administrator viewed 1187 times


  The AIM Programme in Bristol
The AIM (Achievement in Maths) Programme, funded by the GE Foundation, the Philanthropic arm of GE, is targeted at improving young people’s basic mathematics skills by providing a real work-related context through which they can...
28 August 2008 14:37 by ncetm_administrator viewed 1758 times


  Maths Careers Website
When faced with the question, ‘What do we use this piece of maths for Miss?’ it is sometimes hard to find the right answer or difficult to find accessible information which will inspire students to...
25 July 2008 11:51 by ncetm_administrator viewed 1528 times


  iSquared magazine
iSquared is a new mathematics magazine aimed particularly at sixth form students and undergraduates. The focus of the magazine is on real-world applications of maths, but contents also include news reports, book reviews, puzzles, and...
24 April 2008 21:31 by ncetm_administrator viewed 541 times


  The Royal Society video and audio library
The Royal Society, the UK's national academy of science, is at the cutting edge of scientific progress. It supports many of the UK's top young scientists, engineers and technologists. It influences science policy, debates scientific...
12 December 2007 22:39 by ncetm_administrator viewed 435 times


  More or Less
The BBC Radio 4 programme More or Less is devoted to the powerful, sometimes beautiful, often abused but ever ubiquitous world of numbers. The programme was an idea born of the sense that numbers were...
31 October 2007 18:52 by ncetm_administrator viewed 625 times


  Watch past Christmas Lectures online
Though Faraday instituted the Christmas Lectures in the 1820s, only in 1978 were they first presented by a mathematician, Professor Sir Christopher Zeeman. Webcasts of his six Christmas Lectures, ‘Mathematics into pictures’, can now be...
25 October 2007 10:46 by ncetm_administrator viewed 1575 times


  Guest Lecturers for the Mathematics Classroom
A guest lecture can be a good way to promote mathematics and statistics with school and college students. Lecturers from a variety of backgrounds can provide interesting and stimulating presentations for students and pupils at...
05 September 2007 15:38 by ncetm_administrator viewed 1811 times


  MathsNet
MathsNet is maintained by a maths teacher and offers a wealth of resources to support teaching and learning which can be used in the classroom or by individuals. e.g. Sketches webpage offers excellent java based...
03 September 2007 09:56 by ncetm_administrator viewed 1909 times


  Maths Miscellany
Interactive Mathematics Miscellany and Puzzles website offers a huge amount of links, information, resources and interactive games all based on mathematics. Time will need to be spent when visiting this huge site.
03 September 2007 09:46 by ncetm_administrator viewed 1335 times

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