## What are some practical examples of the ways we’ve met our students’ challenges?

#### We’ve met our students’ challenges in these ways:

- Algebra Programme Overview: We redesigned our Year 9 and 10 mathematics programmes to meet the needs of our students (contributor: Anna Cox)
- Bee in Her Bonnet: Shows the student challenge of learning about notation and the benefits of showing how algebra is everywhere by using rigour and correct use of vocabulary (contributor: Anna Cox)
- Diagnostic Tests: Shows what students know about algebra to teachers with assessment tools (contributor: Chris Linsell)
- Divided Line: Develops understanding of generalised number, relationships, and unknowns by emphasising context (contributor: Garry Turner)
- Fractions and Algebra: Develops prerequisite knowledge by emphasising rigour and correct use of vocabulary and showing how algebra is everywhere (contributor: Rachel Jones)
- Grid Algebra: Develops algebraic notation by emphasising rigour and vocabulary (contributor: Chris Linsell)
- Introducing Vocabulary: Develops algebraic notation and a toolbox of skills by emphasising rigour and vocabulary (contributor: Rachel Jones)
- Linear Graphing: Develops an understanding of relationships by showing how algebra is everywhere and using rigour and correct use of vocabulary (contributor: Anna Cox)
- Maintenance: Develops prerequisite knowledge by building a toolbox of knowledge and skills (contributor: Eric McAuslan)
- Procedure to answer an algebraic equation: Develops prerequisite knowledge by showing how algebra is everywhere (contributor: Donna Smith)
- Quadratics: Develops algebraic notation and prerequisite knowledge by emphasising rigour and correct use of vocabulary and building a toolbox of knowledge and skills (contributor: Anna Cox)
- Solving Equations: Develops an understanding of notation and unknowns by emphasising rigour and correct use of vocabulary (contributor: Rachel Jones)
- Students Solving Equations: Shows the challenge of understanding algebraic notation and using prerequisite knowledge and the importance of using rigour and correct use of vocabulary building a toolbox of knowledge and skills (contributor: Anna Cox)
- Substitution: Develops prerequisite knowledge by emphasising rigour and correct use of vocabulary and through context (contributor: Rachel Jones)
- Trigonometry Everywhere: Develops understanding of relationships by emphasising rigour and correct use of vocabulary, building a toolbox of knowledge and skills, and showing how algebra is everywhere (contributor: Rachel Jones)
- Trigonometry Tool: Develops algebraic notation and prerequisite knowledge by emphasising rigour and correct use of vocabulary and building a toolbox of knowledge and skills (contributor: Anna Cox)