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Mathematics Framework

Problems to develop mathematical processes and applications
Introduction to the use of various mathematics problems to develop processes and applications.

Mathematics problem: All in a Jumble

Mathematics problem: Consecutive sums

Mathematics problem: Got It!

Mathematics problem: Harmonic triangle

Mathematics problem: Isosceles triangles

Mathematics problem: More number pyramids

Mathematics problem: Odds and evens

Mathematics problem: Reaction timer

Mathematics problem: Route to infinity

Mathematics problem: Seven squares

Mathematics problem: Speeding up, slowing down

Mathematics problem: Square it

Mathematics problem: Squares in rectangles

Mathematics problem: Tilted squares

Mathematics problem: Triangles in circles


Increasing pupil engagement and improving attitudes towards mathematics
Introduction to resource intended to help teachers make mathematics at Key Stage 3 more enjoyable for pupils. Spells out the kind of material that is contained in this section, such as video clips and practical examples.

Increasing pupil engagement and improving attitudes towards mathematics: Lesson 1
An introduction to a video clip of a Year 8 algebra lesson. This page is part of the 'Increasing pupil engagement and improving attitudes towards mathematics' materials, which are designed to support mathematics teachers and departments in developing approaches to teaching that are engaging and enjoyable for pupils.

Teaching speaking and listening
Introduction to the Teaching Speaking and Listening materials. Teaching Speaking and Listening is designed to help you improve your teaching of speaking and listening so that your pupils develop into confident and skilful speakers and listeners.

Functional skills in the Framework for secondary mathematics
An outline of how the mathematics programmes of study embed functional skills and gives a greater degree of flexibility to enable learners to progress beyond level 1 in Key Stage 3 and level 2 in Key Stage 4.

Comparisons
The comparison of pupils' attainment and progress with the expectations and estimates that we have for them and with external benchmarks is an important element of the school evaluation process.

Confidence in results
Describes the concept of confidence in analysing pupil performance.

Reports and Analysis wizard
Screenshot from RAISEonline Reports and Analysis wizard, showing how it allows practitioners to view all analyses or select analyses.

The Framework for secondary mathematics: Introduction
Introduction to the Framework for secondary mathematics, which is based on the programmes of study for the secondary curriculum and is designed to increase pupils' access to excellent teaching and engaging, purposeful learning experiences through Key Stages 3 and 4.

Using the secondary Frameworks
Overview of the key elements of the Framework outlining what is available for subject leaders to carry out: Planning, Evaluation, adaptation to meet own circumstances, teaching approaches and learning opportunities, pupil progress.
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