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Making mathematics accessible, applicable and fun from the beginning can really drive pupils’ interest, and improve their chances of taking their studies further, and this dedicated suite of resources aims to help you do just that.

  • Video: Improving 'risk literacy' in the media, society and schools

Recorded during MEI 2017, Prof. Sir David Spiegelhalter uses the idea of 'expected frequencies', now enshrined in GCSE Mathematics, to show how risk literacy can be brought into mainstream education.

  • Download: The storm of the century! Promoting student enthusiasm for applied statistics

L. Fawcett and K. Newman describes a hands-on activity used to promote the study of Statistics

  • Virtual Issue: Teaching Statistics, Classroom Resources

A dedicated issue from Teaching Statistics with some ideas for the classroom

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Teaching Statistics seeks to inform, enlighten, stimulate, entertain and encourage teachers of students aged up to 19 who use statistics in their work.

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