Preparing potential teachers for the transition from employment to teacher training: an evaluative case study of a Maths Enhancement Course

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May, Steve; Gay, Jane; Atkins, Nigel; Marks-Maran, Diane;

In response to a UK government drive to improve maths teaching in schools, the South West London Maths Enhancement Course (MEC) has been set up though collaboration between three Higher Education institutions (HEIs) to provide an efficient route for non maths graduates ... View more
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