Helping you reach every student
Every student’s learning pathway is different, yet in a traditional classroom each student is delivered the same aged-based content. Maths Pathway uses real-time data to support an individualised approach to learning. Our model supports teachers to achieve a truly differentiated classroom that ensures every student has the opportunity to succeed
Effort, accuracy and growth
During each learning cycle, Maths Pathway measures three very important areas — effort, accuracy and growth.
Effort is the number of content modules completed versus the number of modules assigned for the cycle. High effort can be seen when students are keen to work hard and see how far they can push themselves. Lower levels of effort might be due to disengagement, or if a student is struggling. Teachers have this data on-hand to identify the students who need additional support.
Accuracy is a measure of how many content modules a student has mastered, as a proportion of their total completed modules for that cycle. Mastery is an important part of the Maths Pathway Model as we know that students learn maths on a continuum, so they must understand each concept before they can reach higher levels of maths.
The growth rate is a really important piece of feedback for students as it emphasises the value of continual development. A student’s growth rate reflects the new work that they’ve mastered over time.
Growth through differentiated assessment
See teachers, students and parents at Redcliffe State High School share how Maths Pathway has changed their maths classrooms for the better.
Assessment shouldn’t be something you put in a folder and forget. Assessments should exist so that student learning can take place.