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Level 3 Advanced Level Mathematics


Created on 12 April 2016 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 29 June 2016 by ncetm_administrator
 

Advanced Level Mathematics

A collection of resources for Advanced Level Mathematics.

Professional Development Lead Development and Accreditation Programme (Advanced Mathematics)

Professional Development Lead Development and Accreditation Programme (Advanced Mathematics)

The NCETM, in conjunction with the Further Mathematics Support Programme (FMSP), has developed an Advanced Mathematics Professional Development Lead Development and Accreditation Programme to support colleagues who design and lead advanced mathematics professional development opportunities for others. The Maths hubs programme is now involved in nominating delegates for this programme.

Core Maths Support Programme

Core Maths Support Programme

The Core Maths Support Programme provides resources in nine categories for teaching Core Maths. These are independent of any single exam-board, but are relevant for all the proposed Core Maths qualifications. All resources focus on problem solving, particularly the open approach methodology, with the aim of reinforcing GCSE higher level topics in meaningful contexts. The aim is to provide teachers and students with an initial set of activities that show the value and importance of problem solving and that these activities will be appropriate as an introduction to any of the Core Maths courses available.

Rich Starting Points for A-level Core Maths (RISPS)

Rich Starting Points for A-level Core Maths (RISPS)

A Collection of Forty Open-ended Investigative Activities for the A Level Pure Mathematics Classroom, by Jonny Griffiths.

Further Mathematics Support Programme (FMSP)

Further Mathematics Support Programme (FMSP)

The FMSP provides both national CPD programmes and local CPD support to teachers of AS/A level Mathematics and Further Mathematics and KS4 Higher Tier GCSE Mathematics alongside support for increased post-16 Level 3 Mathematics, enrichment and extension activities for 11-16 pupils, liaison with HEIs in relation to progression to mathematical subjects and student support for A Level Mathematics and Further Mathematics.

Links to other sites from the FMSP website.

MEI

MEI

MEI is committed to improving mathematics education and promotes teaching and learning through different strands of activity. We support teachers through a range of professional development opportunities, including our annual conference. Innovative resources are continually being developed to extend and enrich your knowledge of mathematics, whether teacher, student, undergraduate or member of the workforce.

Links to external resources from MEI website

Links to other organisations from MEI website

Underground Maths

Underground Maths

Underground Mathematics provides free web-based resources that support the teaching and learning of post-16 mathematics and is funded by a grant from the UK Department for Education.

Underground Mathematics started in 2012 as the Cambridge Mathematics Education Project (CMEP). The change to Underground Mathematics coincides with the release of this new, public website. Since 2013, partner school teachers have trialled resources from the pilot site and shared their experience of using the resources in the classroom, supporting us in our aim to help make post-16 mathematics a richer, more coherent and more stimulating experience for students and teachers alike.

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