8 July 2021
Classified according to the content strands and topics of the Australian curriculum.
Show students they already have basic problem-solving skills and give them freedom to solve maths problems using strategies they know or guide them using new strategies.
They go on and on, but here are just a few.
Problem-solving planning made easier with filters to search for problems to match your teaching content, aligned with the Australian curriculum.
Designed to build your students’ critical and creative thinking capacity. We focus on meaningful maths rather than developing isolated skills.
For more than 40 years we’ve been creating world-class problems for our maths competitions and programs. And now teachers can access this online.
A problem library with more than 400 problems per year group. Easy to filter, sort by difficulty ratings, and save your favourites.
Create problem solving quizzes for students to do online. See student results in realtime on the teacher platform.
Official lesson cards you can download and print, or build your own lesson cards tailored to your students’ abilities.
The problems are wide enough to allow ALL students to access the same problem – especially with the enabling and extending prompts. The students are engaged, and they are showing a higher persistence and resilience to problem solving.
I am loving the differentiation of the problems presented in Problemo. I’ve been using them in small groups to target ability levels in problem solving. I’ve also used them as a high-ability stimulus for my top groups, particularly when they have had the assistance of a teacher aide to use the enabling prompts as required, which is really helpful.
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For Australia and New Zealand teachers
For Australia and New Zealand schools
Minimum two teachers
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Minimum two tutors
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