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Username : Colin_Matthews
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Joined : 27 June 2006
Interests : I live in Lincolnshire near Sutton on Sea and am interested most aspects of mathematics education, inside mathematics itself, geometrical work particularly Escher style transformations.
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Advisory Committee on Mathematics Education (ACME) Teacher Network
To continue its leading role in generating debate and influencing mathematics education policy, ACME is interested to know the views of mathematics teachers. This is a network for teachers of mathematics to discuss and debate key issues in mathematics education. Join this community to share your views and find out more on how you can influence policy.
172 13/02/07
FATIH Project
Closed community for members of the FATIH project.
1 05/09/11
History of Mathematics
How does the history of mathematics help pupils learn mathematics? This is one of those questions which turns up again and again – and there are many answers to it! This community is aimed at discussing the HOWs and WHYs of using the history of mathematics in everyday teaching, and showing how this contextual tool can help make mathematics more meaningful, enjoyable, and above all fun!
83 13/06/07
Influential Mathematics Teachers community
This community gives a central place for Influential Mathematics Teachers to share ideas and resources and to form networks across the country.
290 09/10/08
Linked Pair Pilot Forum
The linked pair of GCSEs will encompass the requirements of the single qualification while ensuring a richer experience of mathematics, increased recognition of achievement and encouraging further study.
67 03/06/10