A refresher on the demands of Higher GCSE Mathematics
Integral for trainee teachers is for anyone who has a place to start their teacher training but recognises that they would like to enhance their mathematical subject knowledge.
Why create this course?
Our experience of working with trainee teachers, many of whom have not been required to complete an SKE, shows us that there are often gaps in knowledge and understanding of key topics in Higher Tier GCSE. We have used our extensive set of resources to create a self-assessed, self-paced course covering all topics, from fractions through to 3D trigonometry and even a sneak peek of some A level calculus.
What’s in the course?
There are 18 topics. Each topic has its own online test, and you can track your progress across the whole course easily using the completion tracker. The results of any tests are just for you, nobody else monitors this course.
Each topic has notes and examples, practice questions with written solutions and an online section test that self-marks. Some topics have an interactive element, videos and other resources to help you become familiar again with the demands of the Higher Tier GCSE maths.
- Straightline graphs
- Curves and circles
- Angle rules
- Circle theorems
- 3D Pythagoras and trigonometry
- Manipulating expressions
- Linear and quadratic equations
- Algebraic fractions
- Completing the square
- Simultaneous equations
- Linear and quadratic inequalities
Statistics and probability
- Statistical diagrams
- Measure of centre and spread
- Differentiation and integration
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We have put a lot into it
From A levels to Higher Education, Integral supports educators with extensive maths resources for use both in the classroom and online, while tracking the progress of their students using advanced analytic tools.
Pages of notes
Written exercise Questions
Online test questions
Teaching ideas and resources
This is what our subscribers say
Integral is created and run by MEI – an independent charity committed to improving maths education. As a charity, MEI is able to focus on supporting maths education, rather than generating profit; that’s why we’re able to offer fantastic resources at a low price. Our specialists have considerable classroom experience and deep expertise in teaching and learning.