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We answer all of your most burning questions about teaching the new Maths GCSE; from how best to engage students, to dealing with changes to the grading system. We’ll also answer any of those questions you’ve never dared to ask before! Be it a tricky topic you’ve always struggled with, or a new topic you’ve never had to teach before, our maths expert is on hand to help!
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There are a large number of new topics that Foundation Tier students must be taught – what are your views on this change?
What advice do you have for improving student engagement in GCSE Maths?
How can I cope with the challenge of marking so many books on a regular basis?
Do you have any suggestions of how to support students with their problem solving skills? Considering that more weight will be given to these questions and answers?
The volume of content in the new GCSE is increasing, what advice do you have of the best ways to tackle this change?
What suggestions do you have of how to challenge the most able students in my class?
What do you feel is the ideal length for a maths lesson at GCSE level?
Do you think it will be possible to fit in teaching the Statistics GCSE alongside the new Maths GCSE?
Throughout the week we are bringing you expert views and insight on the hottest topics to do with GCSE Maths on the Freedom toTeach blog:
What are the implications of the new curriculum? - Foundation TierColin Stobart, Collins GCSE Maths Teacher Pack author
What are the implications of the new curriculum? - Higher TierBrian Speed Collins GCSE Maths Student Book author
Collins GCSE Maths Festival Round-Up – What did you miss?The Collins Team