Rich Learning

Incorporating Rich Learning in the classroom provides students with the opportunity to develop critical thinking and problem solving skills.

Bring your classroom to life with Rich Learning

Rich Learning involves students coming together for thought-provoking, teacher-led group activities that allow them to connect mathematical ideas from across the curriculum.

Putting Rich Learning into practice

Rich Learning is an engaging experience for the whole class, where mathematical concepts are explored using open-ended activities with multiple entry and exit points. This type of learning focuses on developing critical thinking and reasoning skills and encourages students to think like mathematicians with no assessment involved. Maths Pathway teachers have access to extensive, curriculum aligned Rich Learning resources, as well as professional learning opportunities to develop practice.

Move your maths teaching beyond curriculum dot points

While Maths Pathway aligns to the curriculum of each state, it is not limited by it. By incorporating mathematical ‘play’ in the classroom through Rich Tasks and Projects, Maths Pathway encourages students to explore maths in real-world contexts.

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See why Rich Learning is so important

Founder of Math for Love and Maths Pathway contributor, Dan Finkel, explains how Rich Tasks inspire learning by sparking curiosity and encouraging productive struggle.

See how the Maths Pathway model can dramatically improve learning in your classroom.

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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.

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