supports the delivery of fully differentiated mathematics lessons
sets out detailed lesson plans, which include key background information and teaching strategies to get the most out of the activities
provides lively activities and supporting resources at three levels that share a similar learning outcome
promotes self-directed learning through involving students in choosing their learning level and tracking their own progress.
How to deliver effective maths teaching across numerous levels of mathematical development in a heterogeneous classroom is a familiar problem many teachers grapple with.
The Maths in the Inclusive Classroom series offers a practical solution that allows for genuine differentiation and opens up the opportunity for every student to maximise their learning in all three content strands: number and algebra, measurement and geometry, and statistics and probability.
In this astutely designed lesson format, all students work on activities that have a similar learning outcome, while every student in the class learns at the level that is just right for them.
Each book contains planning assessment and tracking sheets along with a wealth of photocopiable resources to support the activities.