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Mathematics Teaching Self-evaluation Tools


You are viewing a limited version of the NCETM’s self-evaluation tools. Any answers you save during this session will be removed after seven days. Log in or sign up to view, and use, the full version of the tools.
Send to printer Here you can see a summary of the areas in which you are confident and those in which you are less confident; there are some ideas and suggestions which may help you in your professional learning.

Mathematical processes and applications

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Numbers and the number system

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Algebra

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Calculations

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  1. calculate percentage increases and decreases?(show/hide all)
  2. calculate compound interest?(show/hide all)
  3. calculate reverse percentages, choosing the correct numbers to take as 100%?(show/hide all)
  4. divide a quantity into several parts in given ratios?(show/hide all)
  5. use a spreadsheet to check whether two variables are directly proportional to one another?(show/hide all)
  6. find the upper and lower bounds of a calculation using real measures?(show/hide all)
  7. use a calculator or spreadsheet to explore exponential growth and decay?(show/hide all)

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