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Mathematics for the IB Diploma

Mathematics for the IB Diploma

To support the new Mathematics diploma (first teaching 2019), we are publishing print and digital resources to support the two different routes of analysis and approaches and applications and interpretation.

Developed in cooperation with the International Baccalaureate®

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Mathematics for the IB Diploma
Developed in cooperation with the International Baccalaureate (IB)

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We have been publishing in cooperation with the IB since 2014 with our MYP by Concept 4-5 series. We are pleased to now be able to extend our range of resources to cover all the programmes across the continuum, starting with our co-published Diploma coursebooks.

REVIEW
Pedro Monsalve Correa, Barranquilla, Colombia
As a teacher and workshop leader I have worked with many textbooks, and this is one of the best IB Mathematics book I have come across. 
I like the way the topics are sequenced. I like the way the questions are scaffolded. I like how on the pages you have references to TOK and more elements of the Core. In summary: I like the book very much.
HOW WILL THE NEW GUIDE CHANGE THE WAY YOU TEACH?
Find out how our new publishing will help you teach the new course.
DIGITAL PACKAGES
Our digital resources can be purchased individually or as part of money-saving packages. These include the Teaching & Learning resources and the Whiteboard eTextbooks.
Teaching & Learning Resources
Enhance your lessons with digital resources, including:
  • Teaching notes and guidance on delivering concept-based approach to mathematics, activity sheets and extension activities
  • Worked solutions
Analysis and approaches SL & HL Teaching & Learning Resources >

Applications and interpretation SL & HL Teaching & Learning Resources >
 
MATHEMATICAL TOOLKIT
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The new guides for both Analysis and approaches, and Applications and interpretation allocate 30 teaching hours, at both Standard and Higher Level, to the development of a mathematical ‘toolkit’ – a set of skills that will allow students to approach any mathematical problem.
Our student books include a Toolkit and mathematical exploration chapter, along with a toolkit feature of questions, investigations and activities interspersed in the chapters to help develop thinking skills.

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