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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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  History of Mathematics
A paper by Snezana Lawrence - also supported by an NCETM online community, History of Mathematics
24 February 2011 16:20 by admin2 viewed 9709 times


  Primary Curriculum - Holy Ghost - Year 2 Overview
Primary Curriculum - Holy Ghost - Year 2 Overview
16 February 2011 14:42 by ncetm_administrator viewed 1745 times


  Primary Magazine - Issue 3
Welcome to the third issue of the NCETM Primary Magazine. Features include: Starter of the Month, A Little Bit of History, Focus on, The Interview and Something to Share.
07 July 2009 11:24 by ncetm_administrator viewed 5690 times


  Inspirations - Where Maths Grows On Trees
A Teachers TV programme. Find out how one school in Morocco is using a grove of olive trees planted in their school playground to teach students about maths. The students care for the trees, harvest...
02 April 2008 21:09 by ncetm_administrator viewed 538 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 732 times


  Plus magazine - bringing mathematics to life
Plus magazine celebrated its 10th anniversary in 2007 - find out more about it in this article written by the Plus team.
17 January 2008 10:09 by ncetm_administrator viewed 1115 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 538 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 1520 times


  Phil Tulga's site
Spend an evening singing along to the Aztec syllables To, Ko, Ti and Ki and finding out how drumming rhythms are connected with fractions. This site gives you a fascinating insight into the connection between...
15 October 2007 13:36 by ncetm_administrator viewed 1043 times


  Cyberchase
This American website has a good range of cartoon-style mathematical games and logical puzzles for Key Stage 2 pupils to engage with at school and at home. Key Stage 3 pupils would probably enjoy them...
26 September 2007 11:44 by ncetm_administrator viewed 1304 times

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