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21st January 20
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Teaching and Learning Resources

The ability to read and interpret questions and to solve problems are key aspects for development. Click on the icon to link to resources to assist with this. 

Achieving Grade C in GCSE Mathematics

There is a section in the intervention part of this website focusing on supporting students working towards GCSE Grade C in mathematics.  Click on the icon to link to this section. 

This professional Development programme was originally designed for teachers of Adult Numeracy working with learners from Entry Level through to Level 2.  It will also be useful to secondary mathematics teachers.  Click on the icon to link to the training pack and student resources. The link will take you to the NCETM website where this resource is now held. You can register with NCETM for free.

 

A large selection of activities and resources are available on this website. Click on the icon to link to the Activities and Resources.

Click on the icon to find mathematical Games and Puzzles websites.

Gordon

Gordon's ITPs are interactive Flash programs from the Coventry Learning Gateway.  Although the ITPs are designed for use with children in primary schools, some will prove useful to assist with the development of mathematical concepts when working with KS3 pupils.  Click on the icon to link to the website.

NB  To view a program first save it to your computer then open the saved program. If your computer does not have a compatable Flash programme, download the free one from the front page of the Lancashire Primary Maths Team website.

The Primary National Strategy has produced Interactive Teaching Programs (ITPs) to support teaching and learning in mathematics. Click on the icon to link to the website.