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A spiralling approach helps students make connections over time and enables the teaching and reinforcement of mathematical skills throughout the whole school year. Content is revisited repeatedly over months and across year levels. This is also known as ‘spacing’.
Provides spiralling content where concepts are explored, then built on throughout the year and across year levels. This helps learners make connections over time, supporting recall and fluency.
Differentiated teaching is a powerful classroom strategy that aims to increase effective learning for all students. Addressing students at their point of need ensures that all students can engage with and benefit from the mathematics they are learning.
A balanced approach including direct instruction, hands-on activities, small group and whole class tasks, skill practice and open-ended problem-solving.
Open-Ended Maths Activities
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Challenging Mathematical Tasks
It includes activities that allow for sustained thinking, decision-making and risk-taking by the students.Learn More
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