The only series based on the latest research about how students
learn and engage Mathematics
Pearson Mathematics is based on the latest
pedagogical research on how students learn best. We've
What makes a good maths question?
Pearson Mathematics is based on the latest pedagogical research
on how students learn best. Centred on research by Peter Sullivan,
the lead writer of the Australian Mathematics Curriculum on 'What
makes a good Mathematics question?', Pearson Mathematics features
carefully selected grading, combined with thoughtful open-ended
More than thirty 'Outside the Square' and 'Mathspace' games have
been specifically written for each student book. These are based on
The Horizon Report 2011 research, which annually introduces six
emerging technologies or practices in education.
The 5e Instructional Model for Inquiry
All investigations throughout the series are structured to the
e5 model to ensure a thorough inquiry-based approach throughout the
Working Memory and the Acquisition of Higher Order
Skills in Mathematics
Fluency questions in every exercise have been rigorously graded
into columns with small, incremental steps.
The Shallow Teaching Syndrome in Australian Mathematics
Every exercise has been graded, with the sub-headings Fluency,
Understanding, Reasoning and Open-ended - which consistently
develops students' understanding beyond the basics of maths to
higher complexity problems.
Pearson Reader 2.0 - Collaborate, Assess, Learn
Pearson Reader 2.0 has been upgraded, with
a new context for content. You will benefit from an enhanced
interface for all student book content and embedded, tracked
Giving you interactive access to questions from the activity
books, designed specifically to improve student outcomes in the
context of chapter and unit content.
120 interactive lessons
140 additional digital activities
60 digital maths games
200 teaching tools
120 editable graded tests
the Pearson Reader 2.0 page for further information.
Pearson Assess - Better results in every class
Pearson Assess allows you to quickly build
tests on any topics within Pearson
Mathematics for the Australian Curriculum. Teachers
can assign tests, and students
can create tests for their own revision,
on any device. All tests auto-correct and collect results
for teachers to review student progress across the year.
- Access on any device - PC/Mac, Android
- Select from a huge range of test
questions separated for students and teachers, so
students can revise and teachers can assign tests with the
assurance that questions will be different.
- Vary the number of questions in a topic
test and change the time allowed.
- Choose chapters and topics from Pearson
Mathematics or Pearson Science to build your tests.
- View class results at a glance, or drill
down to individual student results.
Pearson Assess page for further information.
Pearson eBook 3.0 - Any device, every school
Pearson eBook 3.0 takes your student book
online or offline for any
device, while retaining the integrity of the printed page.
With access to linked interactive activities when they're online,
your students will be engaged at school and at home.
- Available online or offline on any device -
PC/Mac, Android tablet, iPad and smartphone
- Faithful to the layout of the student book, so
you can reference the printed page and direct students straight to
- Links to student activities, such as quizzes,
drag-and-drop activities, crosswords and more
- Links to teacher resources for every chapter,
such as worksheets, quizzes and more.
the Pearson eBook 3.0 page for further information.
A unique solution for the mixed ability classroom.
The 'Navigator' feature at the start of each exercise offers
three customised pathways for foundation, standard and advanced
learners, and differentiated assessment is available online with
Differentiated assessment is available online
with Pearson Reader.
Pearson Mathematics is the only series with a
bridging workbook, a write-in workbook which
'bridges the gap' between primary and secondary
Mathematics, and supports struggling learners with a pathway into
the Year 7 student book.