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Join us from 5-9 June for a series of webinars, a London conference and conversation @OCR_Maths. Discover more about the new A Level Maths and Further Maths specifications.
We are pleased to announce that our new AS/A Level Further Mathematics B (MEI) qualifications are accredited for first teaching in 2017.
OCR AS and A level Further Mathematics B (MEI) have been developed by Mathematics in Education and Industry (MEI) and are assessed by OCR. This is a well-established partnership that provides a firm foundation for curriculum and qualification development.
MEI is a long-established, independent curriculum development body. Through development MEI has consulted with teachers and representatives from Higher Education, enabling these qualifications to best meet the long-term needs of learners. MEI provides advice and CPD relating to all the curriculum and teaching aspects of the course, along with teaching resources for these specifications from www.mei.org.uk.
A selection of new resources from MEI for the new Maths and Further Maths A Levels can be found below under 'External Resources'.
Further information can be found at MEI Integral and MEI’s ‘Mechanics walkthroughs’ video.
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Accredited specification for the new A Level GCE Further Mathematics B (MEI) qualification.
Accredited specification for the new AS Level GCE Further Mathematics B (MEI) qualification.
A brief guide for teachers introducing the new A Level Mathematics B qualification.
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The guide provides a general introduction to the differences in the two models (linear versus modular) across GCSE and A level and the impact on you as a teaching professional.
OCR has endorsed or recommended the following resources for use with this specification. For more information about endorsed or recommended resources, visit our endorsement page. Note: OCR is not responsible for the contents of third party sites.
A sample of an ‘easy-to-do’ practical mechanics lesson on forces.
A sample of an exercise to support the delivery of coordinate geometry. Questions flagged ‘P’ are designed to develop problem-solving skills.
A sample taken from a series of problem-solving PowerPoint slides. Ideal to use as starter activities.
A sample of an activity to support the delivery of equations of circles. Encourages deeper mathematical thinking and strategy formulation.
A sample of an activity to support the delivery of sequences. Encourages deeper mathematical thinking and strategy formulation.
A sample of an exercise to support the delivery of discrete and continuous data. Data source links provide opportunities for follow-up investigations.
A sample of a discussion-based statistics lesson on interpreting and analysing data.
A sample of a lesson on using technology to analyse large data sets: sorting and filtering data using Excel.
A sample of a student worksheet to accompany the lesson on using technology to analyse large data sets: sorting and filtering data using Excel.