New site from a UK maths teacher who wants to share the many resources he has created to aid conceptual teaching. Files are for interactive whiteboards (Smart Notebook and ActivInspire Flipchart format) and the majority come with a Word document lesson plan (these are great!), a PPT, and a worksheet.
There is also a section on proof and some Tarsia PDF resources.
A well established journal from the Centre for Research in Learning and Change, University of Technology, Sydney. It is subtitled ‘An International Journal in the education and training of adults’ and is available freely. You just need to register.
The latest version is Vol 19, No 1 (2011) but issues dating back to 2006 can be downloaded. The many fascinating papers can usefully be browsed by title, journal or author.
VALBEC is a major Canadian body for networking, professional development, sharing information and promoting good practice in adult literacy (and numeracy – see below).
You can enrol and receive an informative free monthly newsletter. Back issues (dating back to 2004) are available but are not searchable which means you must open up each issue and skim through to find interesting things.
This is one of many useful online Harvard references that I used in the Level 5 Maths ADTLLS, Meeting a learner’s needs / case study assignment (Part of Module 1: Approaches to Mathematics learning and teaching).
Evans, J. (2000), The Transfer of Mathematics Learning from School to Work not Straightforward but not Impossible Either. In: Besot, A. and Ridgeway, J., (eds.) Education for Mathematics in the Workplace. Dordrecht: Kluwer Academic Publishers, pp.5-15.
This is one of many Harvard maths online references that I used in the Level 5 Maths ADTLLS, Meeting a learner’s needs / case study assignment (Part of Module 1: Approaches to Mathematics learning and teaching).