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numeracy/maths

Discussion in 'Thinking of teaching' started by hpie, Jan 11, 2012.

  1. hpie

    hpie New commenter

    I am wondering if anybody can help, I am working in a generic special school and have recently been asked to lead numeracy/maths. The problem is we are a high school but mainly work at p levels. However after recently becoming a generic school we also now have more pupils working (or at least with the ability to work a higher levels above nc level 2), because the pupils are so varied it is very difficult to plan mtp, schemes etc. Could anybody point me in the direction of text books etc that could possibly help, I am not a maths specialist and have never had any real dealings with the startegies as I used to teach a non core subject in main stream. I am aware that there are a great deal of things on the strategies website that has now been archived however most of it is not actually available.
    I would really appreciate it if anybody could share any electronic copies they may have of the strategies either primary or secondary as I would like to have a greater understanding but don't have everything in my school as a hard copy.
    Hope you can help!
     
  2. hpie

    hpie New commenter

    I am wondering if anybody can help, I am working in a generic special school and have recently been asked to lead numeracy/maths. The problem is we are a high school but mainly work at p levels. However after recently becoming a generic school we also now have more pupils working (or at least with the ability to work a higher levels above nc level 2), because the pupils are so varied it is very difficult to plan mtp, schemes etc. Could anybody point me in the direction of text books etc that could possibly help, I am not a maths specialist and have never had any real dealings with the startegies as I used to teach a non core subject in main stream. I am aware that there are a great deal of things on the strategies website that has now been archived however most of it is not actually available.
    I would really appreciate it if anybody could share any electronic copies they may have of the strategies either primary or secondary as I would like to have a greater understanding but don't have everything in my school as a hard copy.
    Hope you can help!
     

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