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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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  MathStar Lesson Study: a good description of the lesson study process and protocols
Lesson study is a teacher-directed professional development model developed in Japan. "Lesson", when translated from the Japanese can also be called in English "investigation" or "enquiry". The lesson study process is grounded in teacher research...
13 June 2012 14:27 by ncetm_administrator viewed 523 times


  Wolfram Mathworld
Sometimes we come across a site that has so much to add to pupils' experiences in mathematics. Have a look at the 3D solids on this site and the bonus is when you click on...
12 June 2008 09:52 by ncetm_administrator viewed 1495 times


  ISAMA (The International Society of the Arts, Mathematics, and Architecture)
ISAMA was founded by Nat Friedman, in order to further interdisciplinary education relating the arts, mathematics, and architecture. The ISAMA website includes the ISAMA Directory, a source of links to a large number of significant...
13 February 2008 17:33 by ncetm_administrator viewed 752 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 577 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 1533 times


  Exploring Data
Exploring Data offers statistic and data handling information for all levels of maths teaching. The resources, including lessons and simulations, are collected from around the web. This is a very good resource for maths teachers....
02 September 2007 20:58 by ncetm_administrator viewed 1562 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 2112 times


  Freudenthal Institute
WisWeb is the website of the Freudenthal Institute for secondary education (students of 12 to 18 years old). The main focus of the site are applets; small computer programs that run over the internet.
01 September 2007 12:16 by ncetm_administrator viewed 1775 times


  The Ancient Strategy Game of Go
Go was featured in the film about the mathematician John Nash, and in the writings of Alan Turing of Bletchley Park fame. Zen Machine offers workshops for all ages and abilities, and can cater for...
31 August 2007 13:21 by admin2 viewed 678 times


  National Library of Virtual Manipulatives
A site from the NLVM, Utah State University, covering topics including Algebra, Geometry, Measurement and Data Analysis
31 August 2007 11:50 by admin2 viewed 1208 times

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