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Further Mathematics Knowledge Networks

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Last updated 05 July 2012 by ncetm_administrator

Further Mathematics Knowledge Networks


Further Mathematics Knowledge Networks (FMKNs) were established with support from the National Centre for Excellence in the Teaching of Mathematics and the Further Mathematics Support Programme. The aim was to fund teacher groups to work collaboratively to develop Further Mathematics knowledge and pedagogy within their region. FMKNs involved teachers from several schools and colleges in a region supporting each other in the delivery of further mathematics. They focused on ensuring that there is a forum for sharing ideas and developing pedagogy and also that members had access to appropriate subject knowledge training if required. FMKNs were expected to support and mentor new and inexperienced Further Mathematics teachers. The FMKNs had the support of the local Further Mathematics Support Programme (FMSP) Coordinator.

You will find resources developed by FMKN members in the Documents section of the Further Mathematics Forum. 

Funding for these projects have now closed, and we are no longer accepting any further applications. Details of current funding can be found on the Funded Projects page.

FMKNs 2010/2011 - A summary

FMKN Final Reports 2010/2011

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