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NCETM Secondary Magazine, Issue 8 - Website of the week

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Created on 26 March 2008 by ncetm_administrator
Updated on 31 March 2008 by ncetm_administrator


Website of the week
With so many excellent sites available offering a wide range of activities and development materials, it is sometimes difficult to know which ones really are worth a visit. Each week we will feature one recommendation, and invite your comments too.
Another website recommended to the NCETM.

The Plus Magazine is an on-line magazine for students and teachers who would like to explore the beauty as well as the practical applications of mathematics. It has an excellent archive of articles on all aspects of mathematics as well as careers interviews articles and podcasts to use in the classroom. This is how the people who write Plus describe it:

“Plus magazine opens a door to the world of maths, with all its beauty and applications, by providing articles from the top mathematicians and science writers on topics as diverse as art, medicine, cosmology and sport. You can read the latest mathematical news on the site every week, subscribe to our fortnightly email newsletter, read our online magazine published four times a year, and browse our archive containing all past issues and news items.”

Do you have a website that you would like to recommend? Please e-mail it to info@ncetm.org.uk.

Plus Maths  

Click here to visit our recommended website of the week, Plus Magazine

Explore the Secondary Magazine
Issue 8
5 things to do this week
Professional Development activity: C/D Borderline
Website of the week
Secondary Magazine archive

Browse Secondary Magazine
Issue 5, Issue 6, Issue 7

PD Activities
Self Evaluation
Why do we teach mathematics?
Learning mathematics in my school
Pathways and options at KS3 to KS5
Mathematical vocabulary
Group Work
C/D Borderline

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