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FE Magazine - Issue 31

Created on 11 February 2014 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 25 February 2014 by ncetm_administrator


FE Magazine - Issue 31'Day 31' by Matt Preston (adapted), some rights reserved


Welcome to Issue 31 of the NCETM FE Magazine.


The FE Magazine is now a collaboration between the NCETM and the National Association for Numeracy and Mathematics in Colleges (NANAMIC). You are invited to join NANAMIC for a summer conference in York on Tuesday 1 July or London on Thursday 10 July with keynote speaker Norma Honey from the NCETM.

In this month’s magazine you can find:

Update on the GCSE Mathematics Enhancement Programme, Vitalising Mathematics, BCME8, and ACME’s response to the A level consultation.

My Favourite
Venus Carew recommends a favourite resource.

It's a Post-16 Thing
Using a range of assessment strategies to support learning.

Advanced Mathematics
FMSP Online courses, and a resource to support your students' understanding of kinematics.

Functional Maths
Questioning - with a focus on the context.

Adults Learning Maths
How do you introduce new topics for your learners?

And finally…
...have you tried these resources for the classroom?

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Page header by Matt Preston (adapted), some rights reserved


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