Oxford Maths 7 Student obook pro

Victorian Curriculum

First Edition

Thomas Christiansen, Helen Sorenson, Alexander Blanksby, Eugene Roizman, Jennifer Nolan, Melanie Koetsveld, Sonja Stambulic, Robert Bell

Oxford Maths 7 Student obook pro

Victorian Curriculum

First Edition

Thomas Christiansen, Helen Sorenson, Alexander Blanksby, Eugene Roizman, Jennifer Nolan, Melanie Koetsveld, Sonja Stambulic, Robert Bell

ISBN:

9780190329204

Binding:

obook code (digital)

Published:

29 Sep 2021

Availability:

Available

Series:

Oxford Maths Victorian Curriculum

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Description

Oxford Maths 7–10 Student Books feature a carefully sequenced flow of mathematical concepts to optimise student understanding of key concepts.

An innovative upgrade to existing obook capabilities, obook pro features market-leading interactive resources and enhanced assessment, tracking and reporting functionality, all hosted on the revamped Oxford Digital platform.

Student obook pro features include:

  • a complete digital version of the Student Book with note-taking and bookmarking functionality
  • integrated Desmos functionality
  • innovative Quizlet content including real-time online quizzes
  • targeted instructional videos
  • three stages of automatically-marked tests for each chapter (pre-, mid- and end-of-chapter)
  • Learning pathway reports
  • Interactive skillsheets
  • a history of all assessment results to track progress
  • weblinks to more helpful resources.

Contents

Chapter 1: Whole numbers
Chapter 2: Factors and primes
Chapter 3: Fractions and ratios
Chapter 4: Decimals and percentages
Chapter 5: Negative numbers and the Cartesian plane
Chapter 6: Algebra
Chapter 7: Angles
Chapter 8: Shapes and objects
Chapter 9: Length, area and volume
Chapter 10: Statistics and probability
Chapter 11: Computational thinking

Authors

Thomas Christiansen has been teaching maths for over a decade and has experience from Year 7 to VCE Year 12. He has presented at the Mathematics Association of Victoria on best practice in teaching mathematics. Thomas enjoys helping students build their problem-solving skills and finding the fun in connecting maths to the real world and is the creator of the website mathsfactory.com.au. He’s always looking to improve his practice and delivery of content as he believes this is the first step in making maths accessible and achievable to all students.

Alex Blanksby has worked with students with a wide range of abilities since 2014. He has a focus on helping students believe they are capable of understanding mathematics. Alex believes that while mathematics can be and often is hard, those who enjoy mathematics often enjoy it because of the challenge. Alex is the creator of the website VIC Maths Notes, where he has written notes for Victorian Curriculum and VCE Mathematics courses and collected other resources since 2016.

Helen Sorenson

Eugene Roizman

Jennifer Nolan has over 16 years of classroom teaching experience in both government and independent schools. Her interest in student understanding has evolved into delivering professional learning for teachers and developing maths education resources for over 20 years. She is a Secondary Mathematics specialist at Oxford University Press.

Melanie Koetsveld

Sonja Stambulic

Robert Bell