This is one of many useful Harvard maths 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).
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).
Maths4Life is now archived as part of the NRDC site. Loads of ideas for teaching and learning numeracy – along with related constructivist / connectivist theory. It’s also a fantastic source of printable resources and card based games – I keep the big yellow folder under my desk and refer to it often.
NRICH is a team of qualified teachers who are also practitioners in RICH mathematical thinking. A fabulous source of resources, puzzles and problems for all levels from Primary through to Level 3 (A Level). Plus useful general information such as these: an introduction to rich tasks and rich tasks and contexts.
The National Institute of Adult Continuing Education (NIACE) took over the work of the Basic Skills Agency more than decade ago. The NIACE site is also now closed, but many of the useful policy and research documents now be found at the L&W Institute. Visit the Downloadable Publications area for dozens of free publications.