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FE Magazine - Issue 34

Created on 13 May 2014 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 28 May 2014 by ncetm_administrator


FE Magazine - Issue 34flower in bud by Kevin53 (adapted), some rights reserved


Welcome to Issue 34 of the NCETM FE Magazine.


The FE Magazine is a collaboration between the NCETM and the National Association for Numeracy and Mathematics in Colleges (NANAMIC). We invite you 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, the Maths Hubs programme, sign up for a summer conference, check out forthcoming mathematics curriculum changes, and keep up to date with ACME.

My Favourite
Dr David Martin recommends a favourite resource.

It's a Post-16 Thing
How learners come to view, develop, use, and make sense of mathematics.

Advanced Mathematics
Is A level Further Mathematics required for Higher Education?

Functional Maths
Identifying the mathematics in everyday events.

Adults Learning Maths
What and how should we assess learning?

And finally…
...do you subscribe to the TES?

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