Maths Frameworking - Assessment

Maths Frameworking - Assessment : Network Licence

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Maths Frameworking is a fully differentiated resource for Key Stage 3 Mathematics. Providing full support for the Framework for Teaching Mathematics, Maths Frameworking ensures complete success in the National Tests. Maths Frameworking ASSESSMENT CD-ROM is an extensive resource of customisable assessment materials for key stage 3 mathematics. Containing over 1000 questions with associated mark schemes and searchable by question type, topic, NC level, Strategy framework or Maths Frameworking books and chapters, this assessment tool enables you to produce fully customised assessment tests. Purchasing this network licence in addition to the single user CD-ROM enables you to install this product on your network enabling simultaneous use for multiple members of staff. This NETWORK LICENCE gives you permission to load the software onto your network, allowing multiple users to access it. Without purchasing a NETWORK LICENCE you can only use the software on a single PC in your school. Please note that purchase of the Network Licence must accompany purchase of the single CD ROM. No CD ROM is provided with the Network Licence. PC System Requirements -- Pentium Processor Windows 98/ME/NT/200/XP 64 MB RAM High colour (16 bit) or higher 150 MB of hard disc spaceshow more

Product details

  • CD-ROM
  • HarperCollins Publishers
  • Collins Educational
  • London, United Kingdom
  • 0007200749
  • 9780007200740

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'!even at this early stage (only a week in) I have been really impressed with the scheme so far. Our NQTs love the lesson plans and say they really help with ideas and with them finding out what sort of level to teach a topic. The lower set pupils love the workbooks, and they have been a great motivator. The books are clear and easy to read and are excellent practise for filling in SATs papers. Our only problem is that we struggle to get them to stop working and move on to their next lesson! We had a very heated discussion with one Year 9 boy who was insisting taht he took his book home to carry on, and was very angry when we said he couldn't take it home! These pupils who are usually fairly unmotivated are working through at a real pace.' Cass Jackson, Barr Beacon Language Collegeshow more