Free Access to Developing Quality in Mathematics Education - A European Network

I received the following from a colleague in Germany a few days ago.and was encouraged to share it with others. 


Dear friends and colleagues in Mathematics Education in Germany,

Global lock-downs have forced many students to stay at home and, while schools remain closed, there is a real need for effective internet support, especially in the learning of mathematics.

This email is to offer all teachers world-wide free access to DQME - an enormous resource of 4650 original, stimulating and motivating maths problems/worksheets/applications developed and written by teachers and tested and retested in schools in 11 countries in 10 languages over the six year period of the EU funded DQME Projects I and II.

The materials are classified in topics, age group and language and you can download them and freely use them in your classes immediately!

Most of the materials are copyright but the authors have kindly agreed ALL materials may be used as long as they retain the DQME logo heading to ensure that they are attributed to our project. They should not of course be plagiarized nor used for monetary gain, and to help prevent this we require all users to register their personal details.

Please read carefully our Data Protection Policy you will see first when you enter the webpage below. This guarantees that your personal data will not be divulged to anyone else without your permission, and all data is held in a secure Linux server and in password controlled computers.

How it works:

Enter the webpage

Read the Data Privacy Policy carefully and then click on the Accept button

Click on your country-language flag on the next page with all 11 countries' flags

Click Register Now and fill in and Submit your details

Click on Material to see the full list of maths problems/worksheets/applications in your language

Use your email address and password to log in again in future.

Please email me if you have any problems or queries, we sincerely hope that these materials will assist you and your students in these difficult times.

Please recommend the webpage to other teachers and colleagues, and to lists, blogs, newsletters and journals so they too can benefit from this unique resource!


Dr. Alan Rogerson
D.Phil (Oxon), M.Sc., B.Sc., B.A. (Lon), Dip.Ed., Cert. Ed. (Cantab).
International Coordinator of the Mathematics Education for the Future Project
Coordinator of the International Directory of Mathematics Educators

PS  Developing Quality in Mathematics Education (DQME I and II, 2004-2010) also developed many new ideas for learning and teaching mathematics. Please email us for further information.