GCSE Maths Whiteboard

GCSE Maths Whiteboard

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This CD-ROM provides highly stimulating digital materials for your classroom. Using state-of-the-art digital technology, it's also so simple, anyone can use it! To install this CD on more than one computer you will need to purchase a Network Licence. ISBN -- 0 00 721589 4 / Lesson Builder -- allows you to select the resources you need and the software writes the lesson for you saving you time and effort / Really Useful Maths spreads -- includes lots of interactive activities to bring key concepts to life / BBC Video Bank -- includes a wide selection of video presentations from the BBC to help place maths in context / Worked Exam Questions -- help students to evaluate sample answers and maximise their own performance / Interactive activities and tools -- designed to generate whole class engagement / Integrate your own favourite resources seamlessly - customising everything exactly how you want it
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Product details

  • 12-17
  • CD-ROM | 24 pages
  • Collins Educational
  • London, United Kingdom
  • col.
  • 0007215886
  • 9780007215881

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"The Collins 2 tier GCSE material is straight out of the top drawer and is a superb resource text for the new two-tier GCSE in mathematics. The colour coding used for exam-grade questions is straightforward and ideally matches our schemes of work. The Really Useful Maths sections are excellent; they engage interest and enthusiasm in lessons by contextualising mathematics in meaningful ways. The clear learning objectives and summaries help to crystallise the three-part lesson and enhances teaching and learning across the age and attainment range. The material looks highly professional and relates mathematics to the real world in a variety of imaginative ways. I am confident that this Collins resource will be instrumental in raising attainment at KS4 throughout the country. Chris Curtis, Head of Maths, Frome Community College
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