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Essential Mathematics for the Victorian Curriculum Year 10 & 10A

 

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Essential Mathematics for the Australian Curriculum has been revised to provide complete and authoritative coverage of the Years 7 to 10 & 10A Victorian Curriculum.

This new Victorian Curriculum edition of the popular series continues to support differentiated learning by offering three different pathways (Foundation, Standard and Advanced) through the exercises to cater for learners of all ability levels.  These pathways are indicated in the textbook through detailed working programs subtly embedded in the exercises.

This new edition also continues to combine a proven teaching and learning formula with the seamless integration of a structured student text, rich digital learning resources and a powerful learning management system:

  • The Interactive Textbook integrated with Cambridge HOTmaths allows effortless and immediate navigation from the textbook content to over 200 video demonstrations of worked examples in every year level, interactive widgets and walkthroughs that visually represent and reinforce maths concepts and much, much more.
  • The Online Teaching Suite allows you to easily assign work, create customised tests and report on progress with the Learning Management System (LMS) in this essential teaching resource.
     

To access the digital edition powered by Cambridge HOTmaths, go to:

http://cambridge.edu.au/hotmaths

Authors

Sara Woolley, David Greenwood, Jennifer Vaughan, Jenny Goodman, Stuart Palmer.