New Cambridge Senior Maths resources developed to meet the needs of the Australian Curriculum and its variants in WA, SA, TAS and ACT.
Cambridge Senior Mathematics: Australian Curriculum is an authoritative series for the Australian Curriculum that builds on a proven maths teaching and learning formula while incorporating the content and assessment requirements that characterise senior curricula in WA, SA, TAS and ACT.
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- This new series combines logical topic development with a wealth of examples, exercises, exam-style questions and a focus on what is important to guide students to success in their senior maths studies.
- Series consultants, selected for their strong understanding of particular state curricula, have ensured that the content matches the Australian Curriculum, and curriculum grids with supporting teaching notes ar e available for WA, SA, ACT and TAS.
- Carefully developed creative and rigorous questions help students understand concepts, develop mathematical skills, apply maths to real life contexts and prepare for assessment.
- A new level of digital support, power ed by Cambridge HOTmaths, allows effortless and immediate navigation within the Interactive Textbook to interactive animations, video examples, complete worked solutions (solutions must be switched on by a connected teaching account), worksheets, automarked questions, online testing and a powerful Learning Management System (LMS).
Kyle Staggard is one of the online teachers and course developers of the Victorian Virtual Learning Network based at Bendigo Senior Secondary College in Victoria.
Peter Jones is a Professor Emeritus and formerly Head of the School of Mathematical Sciences at Swinburne University of Technology. He has been an active supporter of school mathematics over many years and helped pioneer the introduction of graphics calculators into Victorian schools.
Peter is a highly experienced writer of mathematical text and he is the lead author on two of the Essential VCE Mathematics textbooks. His area of expertise is applied statistics.
Kay Lipson’s experience extends through teaching mathematics and statistics at both secondary and tertiary level, as well as extensive periods as a VCE examiner. Kay is currently the Director of Strategy at Swinburne Online.
David Main is an experienced author having written a number of books in the area of General Maths and graphics calculators. He is currently Head of Mathematics, Preshil: The Margaret Lyttle Memorial School, Kew.
Barbara Tulloch has worked at Monash University as a Mathematics Methods lecturer in the Education Faculty and is an experienced Mathematics teacher.
She is currently teaching at Sandringham Secondary College.