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60 SECOND SURVEY for teachers in secondary schools in England
The 11-16 subcommittee of the MA would welcome your response to a survey this month about the reformed GCSE for Mathematics, for teaching from this September. If you choose to participate, you will be able to see a record of the responses thus far, which although clearly not a scientific survey, may nevertheless be of interest.
The intention is to run one of these surveys approximately once a month.
Sue Forrest (for MA 11-16 subcommittee)
Ofqual announces the publication of the revised GCSE maths sample assessment materials by AQA, OCR, Pearson and WJEC Eduqas
A book packed with games, investigations and puzzles to give mathematics a flavour of Christmas
A varied list of publications to assist in Secondary Mathematics.
A collection of materials illustrating how topics from GCE Mathematics are used in the wider world.
New Mathematical Association Calendar 2016
A lovely calendar full of mathematically inspired photographs - each with problems to solve.
Mathematical Activities - To Challenge and Excite
This collection of activities by John Plant is designed to engage learners by providing stimulating and motivating mathematical challenges that excite curiosity.
GCSE Revision Posters
A selection of the extremely popular GCSE Revision Cards by Mary Ledwick, enlarged for display to encourage revision in the classroom.
Padlock Challenges Statistics and Probability
Rachael Horsman's Padlock Challenges is a motivating, innovative and practical way to enable students (Key stage 3 and 4) to engage with statistics and probability.
Padlock Challenges Using Number and Algebra
Rachael Horsman's Padlock Challenges is a motivating, innovative and practical way to enable students (Key stage 3 and 4) to engage with algebra and numbers.