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Useful GCSE and adult learner maths resource - free

Discussion in 'Mathematics' started by EmpressFelicity, Feb 4, 2016.

  1. EmpressFelicity

    EmpressFelicity New commenter

    So, I've had an account with HubPages for six years, and while I was active there, I wrote a number of articles ("hubs") on various maths-related topics. (I used to teach basic skills maths at my local adult ed centre, and found it easier to write my own resources than find them elsewhere - hence the hubs. Disclosure: the hubs also earned me some money from advertising revenue.)

    Recently I set up my own stand-alone site and have been slowly migrating the hubs over to it. Sadly Google doesn't love my domain, which is why I'm publicising it here. It's called - catchy title - Empress Felicity's Functional Maths Site. As you can guess from my background, the site is targeted at adult learners but I feel there should be something worthwhile there for students at GCSE level and a bit below.

    Here's the link:


    If you like it, feel free to share. Any comments or ideas for further articles are also welcome.

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