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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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  Aim in Leeds - NHS Statistics Project
This case study has been created as part of the Visiting Speaker Stimulus for the Aim Programme in Leeds. The case study looks at combining mathematics with 'real-life' NHS statistics.
28 August 2008 15:07 by ncetm_administrator viewed 602 times


  The AIM Programme (Achievement in Maths)
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 13:51 by ncetm_administrator viewed 5323 times


  Scottish Mathematics Curriculum
This collection of resources and links is organised according to the Scottish maths curriculum but the site has a facility for matching to England's curriculum as well.
02 September 2007 20:35 by ncetm_administrator viewed 2069 times


  QCA's Mathematics Subject Home Page
Provide links to all the Qualification and Curriculum Authority's work in mathematics
01 September 2007 12:32 by ncetm_administrator viewed 1972 times


  Statistical graphics
The best and worst of statitstical graphics on this site from York University, Canada - have a look at the historical milestones section!
30 August 2007 12:30 by admin2 viewed 380 times

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