I visit regularly to unearth help and add value to a lesson, and I direct students and colleagues here, too, for support and insipration.
You will find teaching resources and ideas galore for enhancing the teaching of maths including great software tutorials, five-minute videos, tarsia jigsaw files, Wolfram widgets, TES maths resources (he’s the TES secondary maths adviser), links to the best maths websites, notes for Key Stage 3 and 4, podcasts, revision page, a just for fun section, free resources, maths games and links here, there and everywhere – including Mr Barton’s very own diagnostic questions site.
The Centre is a focus for research and curriculum development in maths teaching and learning and one main aim of its work over the years has been the mathematics enhancement programme set out to implement in UK schools the findings of international research.
On this site you will find a full set of curriculum resources including pupil texts, lesson plans, classroom resources, assessment materials and online interactive resources – access it to help enhance your classroom practice and learn what works best.
This terrifically fresh resource is crammed full of highly differentiated materials to cater for all needs.
The scheme is structured around three tiers to help students of all abilities.
Students get to study the subjects from a practical angle and use coursework, a case study and examinations to test their knowledge.
This is the perfect course for students who love the sciences and want to study all three before making a decision on the one to pursue at university.
The resource is made up of some of the best-loved SMILE activities, including links to the best free online resources and My Maths.
You also get regular updates on news, research and developments in maths education through additional resources and updates.