Learning & Teaching A Level (Post 16) Mathematics

IndexI have made several updates to every page in the A Level series of pages recently. The A Level Resources page has had many new additions. I am currently reorganising this as the collection has grown rather and I wish to add more resources and commentary, but all links will still work, the main page will simply become a resource index page for easier navigation. The series is very much a work in progress, I will continue to develop these as I teach both A Level Maths and Further Maths next year.

All three examination boards are developing really helpful resources to support teachers in delivering the new specifications. For A Level Mathematics, like GCSE we now have common content which means that it is well worth exploring resources from all the examination boards, something I have been doing for the new GCSE specification.

For some images to ilustrate these resources, see the Slides here. A summary slide has been included to aid navigation. You can view the slides on slideshare but as slide to slide links do not work on slideshare you may wish to download the PowerPoint file or the pdf version for easier navigation.

For Maths Conference 10 delegates, these are the slides used in my presentation on 24th June 2017. I have added a small number of slides which I hope aid navigation and help you find A Level resources on this blog. It was lovely to meet and talk to so many enthusiastic and dedicated teachers. Please do not hesitate to get in touch using the comment facility here or drop me an email.

 

2 comments on “Learning & Teaching A Level (Post 16) Mathematics

  1. Thank you for your session yesterday at mathsconf10. Although many were things I was already aware of, I haven’t been to some of the sites recently so it was a good reminder. Some I didn’t know of at all so it has also given me new things to look at in more detail. It was nice chatting to you after the session too. Thank you for your hard work pulling all the resources together, it will save me lots of time hunting for suitable things.

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