Richer, deeper, better.

We believe students learn better by doing – and our Rich Learning Tasks are a great example of this. Created in partnership with leading educators, these activities provide both teachers and students with an interactive, inquiry-based and deeply engaging learning experience.

  • A range of open-ended tasks with multiple possible outcomes for success, each catering for different levels of ability among students.

  • Addressing specific curriculum outcomes using open exploration, problem solving and reasoning skills.

  • Includes video, interactive and printable components for more engaging lessons – plus dedicated teacher notes.

  • Inquiry-based learning, encouraging student ownership, self-direction, and engagement.

Take a look at some examples

Meet Marian.

At Mathletics, our team partners with leading minds in education to produce the best resources for our schools.

One such mind belongs to Dr. Marian Small – renowned author, educator and professional development consultant. Dr. Small has worked with our team to create a range of Rich Learning Tasks, exploring a variety of math concepts in engaging and interactive ways.

We think they’re great – and so do our schools!

“It has been a very pleasant experience working with some great Mathletics staff around the world to bring some of my favourite problems to digital life.”

Dr. Marian Small, Mathletics Key Educational Partner

Exploring Rich Learning: Build a Number

Let’s take a look at an example of a Rich Learning Task available within Mathletics – and who better than Dr. Marian Small to offer some insight into the thinking behind the activities, as well as tips and advice for some great inquiry-based lessons.

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An activity exploring the concepts of proportional reasoning and place value.

TRY OUT “BUILD A NUMBER” FOR YOURSELF

Exploring Rich Learning: Pattern Blocks

Let’s take a look at an example of a Rich Learning Task available within Mathletics – and who better than Dr. Marian Small to offer some insight into the thinking behind the activities, as well as tips and advice for some great inquiry-based lessons.

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An activity exploring the various concepts relating to fractions, using pattern blocks.

TRY OUT “PATTERN BLOCKS” FOR YOURSELF

Want to know more?

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