Curriculum mapped content

Maths Pathway consists of carefully scaffolded, curriculum-aligned content that ensures students are meeting all state-based learning requirements.

Content that meets learning outcomes

Our learning content is developed by the Maths Pathway learning team and covers mathematics nationally from Years 1 to 10.

Modules mapped for you

With Maths Pathway, teachers have full visibility over how content connects to the curriculum with maps like the below. Students can also use these maps to define their learning goals by visualising the pathway of modules they need to complete to reach their desired level.

Reflecting Shapes with Inside Lines

The goal of this module is to identify and perform reflections of shapes where the line of reflection intersects the shape.

Performing Basic Column Addition

The goal of this module is to perform column addition when no carrying is needed.

Spotting Obtuse Angles

The goal of this module is to identify obtuse angles and estimate their size with reference to a straight angle.

Rotating Shapes

The goal of this module is to identify and perform rotations of shapes.

Adding Angles

The goal of this module is to identify pairs of angles that add to 90, 180 or 360 degrees, then label angle drawings.

Symmetry

The goal of this module is to identify line and rotational symmetry.

Adding Multiple Angles

The goal of this module is to identify sums of angles that add to 90, 180 or 360 degrees, then label angle drawings.

Opposite Angles and Symmetry

The goal of this module is to use symmetry to identify angles that must be equal.

Angles in Crossed Lines

The goal of this module is to calculate the other three angles given two crossed lines and one labelled angle.

Angles and Algebra

The goal of this module is to identify angles that sum to 90, 180 or 360 degrees, then solve for unknown angles.

Geometric Notation for Matching

The goal of this module is to draw and interpret symbols for matching angles, lengths and directions.

Spotting Angle Pairs

The goal of this module is to identify a transversal crossing parallel lines, then label angle pairs as either alternate, corresponding, opposite or cointerior.

Tools for teachers

Teachers have access to a range of resources including Rich Learning Tasks, small group mini-lessons, individual content and assessment tasks. Actionable data will help you to identify the content each of your students need and our library of resources and webinars will show you many great ways to use.

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Multi-modal student content

Students benefit from our diverse blend of individual, small group and whole-class instruction that incorporates concept videos, online activities, handwritten book work and projects with regular assessments to track progress and target learning to the student’s point of need.

Teacher focused. Student centred.

Helping you with documentation and reports

Maths Pathway automates reporting, providing customised term and semester reports. Your School Improvement Consultant has experience with NESA audits and reporting requirements from other schools, so they can help you to meet your schools data and documentation needs.

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Maths that is still handwritten

When students are not engaged in Rich Learning or mini-lessons, students using Maths Pathway complete their work using workbooks, pens and paper. Computers are used alongside this to provide access to questions, worked solutions, videos and interactive activities.

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How does Maths Pathway work?

Maths Pathway combines evidence-based practices in a holistic model that supports teachers to deliver differentiated teaching and achieve greater student growth in the classroom.