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Digital tips #07 – New features in our digital maths resources

Teachers and students can now create bookmark folders to easily navigate to the required sections of the textbook. Bookmark folders can be created through the Bookmark icon on the dashboard. To add bookmarks to a folder simply select the bookmark icon in the navigation … Continue reading

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Digital tips #06 – add notes and print resources

Digital tips for new and experienced users of resources powered by Cambridge HOTmaths ADD YOUR OWN NOTES Teachers and students can now add their own notes to the Interactive Textbook. Click on the note icon in the navigation bar as … Continue reading

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Digital tips #05 – Two ways to read a test report

Digital maths resources, powered by Cambridge HOTmaths, offer a range of reporting tools including a test report that provides two ways to analyse how your students are doing. Option 1 – View¬†Student results.¬† Get a snapshot of your students’ score … Continue reading

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Digital tips #04 – Save time with Powered by Cambridge HOTmaths resources

Differentiate activities for your class: Easily differentiate learning by creating a sub-class to assign tasks and tests to a select group. Find out how by watching these 2 short videos: Note these videos may demonstrate a different product to the … Continue reading

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Digital tips #03 – Video demonstrations support independent learning

Video demonstrations consolidate classroom lessons and support independent learning. Your digital maths resources powered by Cambridge HOTmaths include video demonstrations for key examples and are created by Australian teachers. Use the shortcuts or resources panel within any unit to go … Continue reading

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Digital tips #02 – Workspaces in Cambridge digital maths resources

Have you introduced your students to Workspaces? Workspaces in Cambridge digital maths resources allow students to enter their working for all exercises directly into the Interactive Textbook. Answers and working can be typed, drawn or uploaded and saved along with … Continue reading

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Digital tips #01 – How to print a copy of a test for homework or revision

Printing a copy of a test that you have created can be useful for setting as homework, revision or for use as a practice test in class. Print or make a soft copy of a test: Go to the Test … Continue reading

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VIDEO: Desmos interactive widgets and tools (powered by Cambridge HOTmaths features)

We’re pleased to bring you a number of videos that demonstrate the features of powered by Cambridge HOTmaths products. Each week, we’ll highlight a new feature. This week we look at DESMOS interactive widgets and tools: Desmos widget activities are … Continue reading

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VIDEO: Widgets and walkthroughs (powered by Cambridge HOTmaths features)

We’re pleased to bring you a number of videos that demonstrate the features of powered by Cambridge HOTmaths products. Each week, we’ll highlight a new feature. This week we look at widgets and walkthroughs: Widgets visualise maths concepts* Walkthroughs step … Continue reading

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VIDEO: Video examples (powered by Cambridge HOTmaths features)

We’re pleased to bring you a number of videos that demonstrate the features of powered by Cambridge HOTmaths products. Each week, we’ll highlight a new feature. This week we look at video examples: Videos demonstrate working step by step for … Continue reading

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