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Pearson Secondary Mathematics
Demystify maths at all levels
The team of expert authors behind Pearson Mathematics have developed up-to-date and curriculum-aligned content and ensured support for educators at all levels of mathematics instruction.
By introducing content that emphasises understanding over memorisation, we’ve made it even simpler for you to support learners in identifying and addressing misconceptions.
Secondary Teaching HubAligned to the Australian Curriculum v9.0 & the new NSW syllabus
- Transition smoothly between curriculums with seamless curriculum alignment.
- Quality in all the formats you need with digital, print and downloadable options.
- Limit the stress of lesson planning with content filters and recommended lesson sequences.
- Understand and support the whole class with robust progress tracking and teacher support.
- Say goodbye to admin headaches with integrations to trusted tech platforms including Microsoft Teams and Google Classroom.
Mathematics resources for years 7–10
Pearson Mathematics, 2nd Edition
Informed by the latest research and includes coding activities, 21st-century learning skills and STEM activities.
Diagnose mathematical thinking beyond right and wrong with Pearson Diagnostic.
Australian Signpost Mathematics for New South Wales 7–10
Integrate a broad range of mathematical skills in your classroom.
International Mathematics for the Middle Years
Developed with the international student in mind.
Mathematics resources for years 11–12
New Senior Mathematics
A simple, convenient approach with year 11 and 12 content in one book for Advanced, Extension 1 and Extension 2.
Pearson Queensland Senior Mathematics
Created by a team of experienced Queensland teachers, this series offers complete curriculum coverage and rich content to support student growth and assessment success.
From the secondary school blog
Gender disparity and women in STEM
In 2016, only 35% of mathematics graduates were female. Research suggests that it starts early: girls as young as 9 are less confident in their math abilities than boys of the same age. As educators, what can we do to address this issue?Read the blog
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