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The Jacaranda Maths Quest Australian Curriculum series has been completely refreshed with new content, deeper differentiation and even more innovative tools to enable every student to experience success – ensuring no student is left behind, and no student is held back.
Every student is supported to progress from Simple and Complex Familiar contexts through to Complex Unfamiliar contexts and be able to show WHAT they know plus HOW to apply it.
Learning is made more visible, with access to instant reports into student progress in formative and summative assessments including, mapping results against the cognitive verbs and results by assignment.
Every student ability is catered for with access to videos for every lesson, simplified theory, differentiated question sets, interactivities, worked examples and more. Upgrade to the Supercourse for even more opportunities for remediation, extension and acceleration.
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Topic 1: Positive integers
Topic 2: Positive and negative integers
Topic 3: Factors, multiples, indices and primes
Topic 4: Fractions and percentages
Topic 5: Rations, rates and best buys
Topic 6: Decimals
Topic 7: Algebra
Topic 8: Equations
Topic 9: Geometry
Topic 10: Measurement
Topic 11: Coordinates and the Cartesian plane
Topic 12: Transformations
Topic 13: Probability
Topic 14: Representing and interpreting data
Topic 15: Algorithmic thinking
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Topic 1: Integers
Topic 2: Index laws
Topic 3: Real numbers
Topic 4: Applications of percentages
Topic 5: Ratios and rates
Topic 6: Congruence
Topic 7: Algebra
Topic 8: Measurement
Topic 9: Linear equations
Topic 10: Representing and interpreting data
Topic 11: Probability
Topic 12: Coordinates and linear graphs
Topic 13: Pythagoras’ theorem
Topic 14: Algorithmic thinking
Topic 1: Number skills and index laws
Topic 2: Algebra
Topic 3: Linear equations
Topic 4: Congruence and similarity
Topic 5: Pythagoras and trigonometry
Topic 6: Linear and non-linear graphs
Topic 7: Proportion and rates
Topic 8: Financial mathematics
Topic 9: Measurement
Topic 10: Probability
Topic 11: Statistics
Topic 12: Quadratic equations and graphs
Topic 13: Algorithmic thinking
Topic 1: Indices, surds and logarithms
Topic 2: Algebra and equations
Topic 3: Coordinate geometry
Topic 4: Simultaneous linear equations and inequalities
Topic 5: Trigonometry I
Topic 6: Surface area and volume
Topic 7: Quadratic expressions
Topic 8: Quadratic equations
Topic 9: Non-linear relationships
Topic 10: Deductive geometry
Topic 11: Probability
Topic 12: Univariate data
Topic 13: Bivariate data
Topic 14: Polynomials
Topic 15: Functions and relations
Topic 16: Circle geometry
Topic 17: Trigonometry II
Topic 18: Algorithmic thinking
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James Smart graduated from Monash University with a Bachelor of Education and Science with a major in Pure Mathematics and is currently teaching both junior and senior mathematics at Alphington Grammar school. James has over ten years of experience teaching and tutoring mathematics to students of all ages in both VCE and IB and has written assessment materials for a number of organisations. His passion is creating engaging, relevant and enriching resources that help students connect mathematics in the classroom to the world around them.
Geetha James holds a Bachelor of Applied Science in Mathematics and Computing, and a Masters in Educational Leadership. She has taught Mathematics in Queensland, Western Australian and Victoria. Her teaching experiences also covers teaching the International Baccalaureate MYP and Diploma programs, and the International General Certificate of Secondary Education: Additional Mathematics curriculum. She has led Mathematics Department in Perth and is now the Head of Mathematics at Methodist Ladies’ College. She has had wide-range of experience in developing resources that develops confidence, engagement and sense of accomplishment in students.
Caitlin is a Mathematics and Physics teacher currently based in Bacchus Marsh, Victoria. Beginning her teaching career in 2014 as an associate in the Teach For Australia program, she has since been involved in the creation and development of several learning resources. Before teaching, Caitlin completed studies at The University of Melbourne and worked as a Science and Mathematics communicator, travelling to schools throughout Western Australia. Caitlin believes in creating resources that connect maths to the real world and include explanations using student-friendly language and diagrams.
Beverly Langsford have over 40 years teaching Mathematics, in three different States. Her teaching career commenced in New South Wales, teaching in State schools, both coeducational and girls’ schools, including being Head of Mathematics at a large girls’ school. In South Australia, she was Head of Mathematics at a large private girls’ school and in Victoria, she was a senior mathematics teacher at a coeducational private college, along with other responsibilities. Challenging students to reach their potential in Mathematics has been the cornerstone of my career.
Catherine Smith is a Queensland based mathematics teacher with over 20-years-experience. The majority of her teaching experience has been at St. Paul’s School in Brisbane, where she also held a number of leadership positions in both curriculum and pedagogy. Catherine is a gifted mathematician and teacher, having been awarded the George Edward Curphy Prize in Mathematics and University Medal for Science, and two masters degrees — in Education and Number theory. Catherine has undergone QCAA training for both the Mathematics C course and the new 2019 Specialist Mathematics curriculum and assessment. Catherine has been a lead author for several successful Jacaranda Maths Quest series across junior and senior titles for Queensland, Victoria and the Australian curriculum.
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The Jacaranda Maths Quest Supercourse enables teachers and students access to all content from Years 7, 8, 9 and 10, removing barriers to access, promoting flexibility and providing year-on-year insights into student progress.
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