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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.

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  Departmental Workshops
These workshops are written to provide your mathematics team with structured professional development you can deliver in-house utilizing the expertise and knowledge of all members of your team.
25 September 2013 15:01 by ncetm_administrator viewed 66351 times


  Departmental Workshops: Operations with Directed Numbers
Objectives related to this topic are: order, add and subtract integers in context add, subtract, multiply and divide integers
04 April 2013 14:51 by ncetm_administrator viewed 7210 times


  As the Bell Goes: Audio Reflections - Experimental probability
Read about this innovation and usual project which asked a group of volunteer teachers to digitially record their instant reflections of lessons. This clip is by Natalie Smith titled Experimental probability.
17 May 2010 10:26 by ncetm_administrator viewed 859 times


  Departmental Workshops: Stem-and-leaf diagrams
This module explores the teaching and learning of stem-and-leaf diagrams. It introduces an activity that will help learners to identify the difference between the stem and the leaf when recording data. At other points there...
27 April 2010 14:14 by ncetm_administrator viewed 5995 times


  Departmental Workshops: Sequences
This unit explores the teaching and learning of sequences. You will be invited to consider generalisation, its relationship to algebra, and what is important when developing learners’ understanding of sequences. You will then explore some...
27 April 2010 14:08 by ncetm_administrator viewed 11101 times


  The AIM Programme in London
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 15:02 by ncetm_administrator viewed 2406 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 1805 times


  pfeg (The Personal Finance Education Group)
The mission of pfeg is to make sure that all young people leaving school have the confidence, skills and knowledge in financial matters to take part fully in society. We work with schools to help...
13 February 2008 17:16 by ncetm_administrator viewed 1201 times


  Positive and negative numbers - interactive game
This interactive game - ideal for use with the interactive white board, but also to play at the desk, invites learners to work on their understandings of addition and subtraction of positive and negative numbers...
03 January 2008 15:55 by jennifer_piggott viewed 12088 times


  QIA – Skills for Life Improvement Programme
The QIA Skills for Life Improvement Programme offers an excellent opportunity for providers in all settings to access the successful, wide-ranging development activities for improving Skills for Life provision and raising achievement for all learners.
12 November 2007 16:31 by ncetm_administrator viewed 1077 times

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