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MathsBeat

MathsBeat

Gives every child the depth of learning they need

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NEW for 2019, MathsBeat is a digitally-led resource, crafted by teachers who understand the challenges of teaching for mastery within a UK classroom. Overseen by expert series editors, Mike Askew and Robert Wilne, all the resources are in one accessible place to save you time and give you the flexibility you need.

  • Digital resources include embedded professional development to build subject knowledge and deepen understanding of how to teach and assess for mastery
  • Supports areas of maths that you have told us are challenging, including: addressing mixed attainment, assessing for depth of understanding, how to go deeper and knowing when to move children on
  • Aligned to the National Curriculum, giving you confidence that everything you need is covered
  • Supported by a community of teachers who have trialled MathsBeat in the classroom and helped us to craft the perfect resource
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Series contains:

1 Digital Planner

7 Teacher's Handbooks (1 per year, Reception to Y6/P1-P7)

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Review

  • "I love the interactive whiteboard software and could imagine using it immediately. I think teachers would find this very easy and helpful as it supports the physical manipulatives we use in maths.”

    Katie, Year 1 teacher, from our teacher community

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978-1-38-200414-5

Online | 13/09/2019 (estimated)

Price:  £395.00 +VAT

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Professor Mike Askew

Professor Mike Askew

Teaching for big ideas in Mathematics

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