In Cambridge Curriculum , the Advanced level (A level) is usually studied over a two-year period and is split into two parts — Advanced Subsidiary (AS level, year 12) and A2 (year 13). A student has to study both the levels to achieve a complete A level certificate.
International General Certificate of Secondary Education (IGCSE) examinations, which is an internationally recognized qualification for students in the 14-16 age group. “IGCSE is different from the GCSE in the sense that this is more attuned to the needs of the international community, it’s a modified English curriculum. GCSE has more UK specific topics for its examinations whereas IGCSE covers more international topics.
GCSE – Local schools in UK follows.
IGCSE – Followed internationally
Cambridge Curriculum or The National Curriculum of England is framed on the basis of four key stages —
key stage one: ages five to seven (years one to two)
key stage two: ages 7-11 (years three to six)
key stage three: ages 11-14 (years seven to nine)
key stage four: ages 14-16 (years 10-11)
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Click here to view Algebra – Expanding Single Brackets stuff where you can view ,even answers to cross check.
The statement ” y varies inversely as x means that when x increases,y decreases by the same factor. In other words, the expression xy is constant:
In a factory,men can do the job in days. How many days it will take if men do the same job?
Here, when the man power increases, they will need less thandays to complete the same job. So, this is an inverse variation.
The statement ” y varies directly as x ,” means that when x increases,y increases by the same factor. In other words, y and x always have the same ratio:
If a gallon of milk costs $3, and I buy 1 gallon, the total cost is $3. If I buy 10 gallons, the price is $30. In this example the total cost of milk and the number of gallons purchased are subject to direct variation — the ratio of the cost to the number of gallons is always 3.
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When it comes to our students, what should we be collecting that we aren’t?
Developing 21st Century Learning and Teaching Skills from LooksteinVirtual
Source taken from: John Sole, Founder and CEO of Guerrilla Educators With one prominent exception, 21st century teaching and learning best practices are largely the same even if the century numbers are inverted. Sound, effective educational best practices in the 21st century share certain strategic, timeless characteristics. To that end, we have identified ten experience based […]
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Some useful resources to help you study Correlation and Regression. This GeoGebra applet allows you to move points and watch the effect on the line of best fit. Why not try to plot the points, draw a lines of best fit and then compare your line with the computer. This works very well on a phone, […]
Excellent animation of angles and Polygons.
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Easiest way to find HCF
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Cambridge introduced new syllabus AS & A Level Further Mathematics (9231).
It will help candidates build a strong foundation in mathematics before studying a broad range of subjects at university.
Schools and universities have welcomed this change because it will support learners who want to study more mathematics at Cambridge International AS & A Level.
The key concepts for Cambridge International AS & A Level Further Mathematics are:
- Problem solving
- Mathematical modelling
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Even if students are prepared really well before the test / Exam , during test something happens in their mind which blocks everything.
Watch this Test Anxiety
All over the world students have Math Phobia . This misconception should be removed from students mind totally.
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What it is: I adore the DragonBox math apps! I was first introduced to DragonBox through their Algebra app. The app takes away all math anxiety by teaching algebraic concepts without numbers or algorithms. It is genius! You can read my review of that app here. DragonBox Numbers is for kids who are new to…
What it is: Be Internet Awesome is a fantastic new way to help your students make the most of the Internet by being prepared to make wise decisions as they navigate and interact online. Be Internet Awesome helps teach students the basics of digital citizenship and safety online. This outstanding collection from Google includes:…
A favourite site – Mathisfun! is a treasure trove of resources. There are clear indices; the Index from the Home page takes you to the very useful Index by Year and Subject. Explanations and examples are very clear and each section has additional questions to try with solutions. Look for example at the Algebra Index and choose […]
Today I’m sharing a new card sort I made for my students to practicing classifying a relation as a function or not a function. My old card sort for this was stolen from someone else and resized on the copy machine, so I didn’t have a digital copy. Last week, I decided to create a…