Research-based guidance and classroom activities for teachers of mathematics

Introduction

In the secondary mathematics curriculum, students have to understand: clusters of concepts; new ways of working; new (potentially confusing) representations; significant new concepts in probability, trigonometry and functions.

There are several important themes that make a difference to learning across the mathematics curriculum as well as the content specific matters offered in the other parts of this website. The rest of the website and book show how these themes act out in different content areas. For more information see the book (link).