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FE Magazine - Issue 22

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Created on 30 June 2011 by ncetm_administrator
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FE Magazine - Issue 22


From the editor
In this edition, the editor invites you to consider some professional development opportunities.

Mathematical Moments
The series continues with a Mathematical Moment which asks you to reflect on Shape and Space.

Focus on...Mechanics
Ted Graham from the Centre for Innovation in Mathematics Teaching at the University of Plymouth uses video clips to encourage teachers to use simple practical activities in their mechanics lessons.

A-level and Further Mathematics
Sue de Pomerai gives an overview of summer term work from the Further Mathematics Support Programme and introduces some of the Maths in Engineering activities and case studies now available on the NCETM portal.

News from the LSIS STEM programme
Find out about LSIS STEM Teacher Development Fellowships.

Elsewhere on the portal
We report on professional development opportunities for mathematics teachers in post-16 colleges – case studies, projects and recommendations.

And finally…
What do we do in our spare time?

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