The authors have first-hand experience of supporting students with weak maths skills making the transition from School to University within a Business School.In this paper the authors will summarise the key messages and recommendations to emerge from the literature in the light of their own experiences and research findings. (2013) Supporting students making the transition from school to university– A national and local view of the maths skills crisis in the UK.
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urn=urn:nbn:se:hv:diva-4859 This study analyses the efficiency of maths support provision in two universities: Leeds Metropolitan University, UK and Högskolan Väst, Sweden.
This is an on-going collaboration between two universities and in this paper we present the results of this study focussing on the academic staff prospective, using questionnaires, observations and interviews with tutors.
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