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FE Magazine - Issue 14

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FE Magazine - Issue 14FE Magazine - Issue 14


From the editors
The editors invite you to attend the NCETM national CPD conference.

The mathematics I do
Meet Sally Barton (current chair of NANAMIC) from Nottingham University.

Focus on – starters
When better than at the start of a new session to think about how we start our lessons!

A-level and Further Mathematics
Zarina Haboudane reports on the Further Mathematics Knowledge Network that is meeting in Durham

News from the LSIS STEM programme
Find out about the Leadership in Post-16 STEM Conference being held at the National Science Learning Centre.

What’s happening in the regions?
Teachers in the South West are working on a range of activities to support the teaching and learning of mathematics and further mathematics at A-level.

Elsewhere on the portal
Investigate the new Mathematics in Engineering microsite, as well as other areas of the portal which teachers working with engineering students may find useful.

And finally…
Take a little time to investigate Sal Khan’s video lessons.


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