The GCSE coursework tasks certainly provide students with an opportunity to get to grips with the ideas of mathematical investigation. I like the fact that the opportunity is given to really investigate mathematically, without the “pseudo-contexts” that we sometimes fall into the trap of using – I’m planning a post involving my thoughts on Greg Ashman’s recent post on real-life mathematics to follow soon. It is for this reason that we are also considering how some of these investigations, or similar, could be used with our Year 7 to 9 groups; just to expose them to this kind of reasoning and investigation, to assess their ability to do so, or even both. Our initial thinking is that we would have to select the tasks carefully for each year, as it is important that students possess the necessary mathematical skills in order to really engage deeply with each tasks.
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