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FE Magazine - Issue 29

Created on 12 December 2013 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 02 January 2014 by ncetm_administrator


FE Magazine - Issue 29'Fireworks 1' by Robbie Biller, some rights reserved


Welcome to Issue 29 of the NCETM FE Magazine, with best wishes for 2014.


The FE Magazine is now a collaboration between the NCETM and the National Association for Numeracy and Mathematics in Colleges (NANAMIC). NANAMIC has announced details of their Annual Conference for 2014, and invite you to join them in York on Tuesday 1 July. Put the date in your diary now.

In this month’s magazine you can find:

Update on the GCSE Mathematics Enhancement Programme, Calendars, and the ACME report: Empowering teachers, success for learners.

My Favourite
Fiona Allan recommends a favourite resource.

It's a Post-16 Thing
The benefits and challenges of providing learners with opportunities to work both independently and collaboratively to make sense of mathematical ideas.

Advanced Mathematics
FMSP - live, interactive lectures for Further Mathematics.

Functional Maths
Learners analysing solutions for understanding.

Adults Learning Maths
Different Learners - the implications of experience affects how we teach.

And finally…
...make a New Year's resolution to subscribe to Plus Magazine - it's free!

Image Credits
Page header by Robbie Biller, some rights reserved


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