GCSE Maths Higher/Foundation
+ GCSE Further Maths
Digital Learning Digital Learning Platform For Schools/Colleges
Our digital learning courseware for Maths GCSE is collection of thoroughly structured online tutorials, homework, and assessments
Similar to MathsWatch & Kerboodle Mathematics GCSE
The Education Auditorium UK is an educational platform that is dedicated to providing interactive learning opportunities to inspiring students to achieve their full potential in Maths GCSE. We offer a wide range of Maths Courseware for GCSE that are tailored to individual learning needs of all abilities. From our extensive digital online tutorial videos to our practice questions and assessment builder, we have something to suit every learner and educator. We strive to provide a learning experience that is both engaging and rewarding
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Indepth Tutorials
 Nearly all Maths topics are covered
 Helpful for longterm retention
 Invaluable when it comes to exam revising
 Reduces the need for reteaching
 Reduces the impact of students & teacher accidental absence
The Students Practice Page
 Students find their specific topics to practice
 Maths practice for longterm retention
 Reduces the teaching time for revising prior exams
 Reduces the impact of students & teacher accidental absence
Creating Students Homeworks
 Select from a large questions bank
 Create an assignment in less than 5 minutes
 All assignments are autograded
 Save Lecturers Time
Performance Report
 Displays student gradebook
 Provides students & class performance report
 Monitor the amount of student has practiced
 Highlights weak areas of individual students
 Gathers invaluable statistical information in different format to use for different purposes
The Benefits for Educators
Time & cost saving

Using our questions bank, tutors can create & publish any homework & test to students in less than 5 minute

All our homework and tests are autograded & automatically saved to the Student Grade Table
Eliminate the need for constant teaching & mitigate students & teachers absence

Owing to our extensive library of curriculum aligned tutorial videos, it eliminates the need for constant reteaching & it mitigates students & teachers absence
Other Benefits

Indepth tutorials for the applied Mathematics modules which cover all the GCSE Higher & Foundation Tier topics

Organising our tutorials in topicformat helps in eliminating overwhelming efforts needed by teachers during the short revision period before exams

Our LMS provides you with a comprehensive reports for student & class performance
The Benefits for Students
Abundance of Autograded practice questions

Abundance of autograded practice questions for each topics to improve longterm skill retention, boosting student engagement and skill mastery.
Extensive curriculumbased Tutorial

A generous amount of comprehensive curriculumbased videos ensures longterm retention, increases student motivation and confidence
Other Benefits

Owing to the topicformat & being digital materials, that gives the ability to less able students to relearn & practice any lesson over & over at their own time & comprehension ability till the new ideas sink in well which reduces the performance gap between students
EDEXCEL, AQA & OCR
Table of Content of Our Maths Digital Learning for
GCSE Higher Tier
1: Working with integers
1.1 Basic Calculations
1.2 Order of operations and Inverse operations
2: Collecting, interpreting and representing data
2.1 Populations and Samples
2.2 Tables and Charts
2.3 Pie Charts
2.4c Cumulative Frequency Graphs and Histograms
2.4 Histograms for grouped data
2.5 Line graphs for Timeseries Data
3: Analysing data
Section 3.1a: Summary statistics  averages and range
3.1b Median and Quartiles
3.1c Boxplots
3.2 Misleading graphs
3.3 Scatter diagrams
4: Properties of integers
4.1 Review of maths terms & place value
4.2 Prime factors & factor trees
4.3a Lowest Common Multiple (LCM)
4.3b Highest common factor (HCF)
4.3c HCF & LCM for large numbers
5: Working with fractions
5.1 Equivalent Fractions
5.2 Using Four Operations with Fractions
5.3 Finding Fractions of a Quantity
6: Working with decimals
6.1 Review of Decimals and Fractions
6.2 Calculating with Decimals
6.3 Converting Recurring Decimals to Exact Fractions
7: Basic Algebra
7.1 Algebraic Expressions
7.2 Simplifying Algebraic Expressions
7.3 Expanding & Simplifying
7.4 Factorising
7.5 Using Algebra Skills
8: Properties of polygons and 3D objects
8.1 Types of shapes & solids
8.2 Symmetry
8.3 Examining triangles
8.4 Properties of quadrilaterals
8.5 Properties of 3D objects
9: Angles
9.1 Some angle relationships
9.2 Angles in parallel lines
9.3 Angle sum of a triangle
9.4 Angles in polygons
10: Perimeter
10.1 Perimeter problems
10.210.3 Perimeters & arcs
11: Area
11.1a, 11.3 Areas of rectangles, triangles & composite shapes
11.1b, 11.3 Areas of parallelograms & composite shapes
11.1c, 11.3 Areas of trapeziums & composite shapes
11.2, 11.3 Areas of parts of circles & composite shapes
12: Rounding and estimation
12.1a Rounding & estimating
12.1b Rounding decimals
12.1c Significant figures & rounding
12.2 Approximation & estimation
12.3 Limits of accuracy
13: Percentages
13.1 Percentage review
13.2a Percentage of an amount
13.2b One amount as a percentage of another
13.3a Percentage change
13.3b Percentage increase & decrease
13.3c The unitary method
14: Powers and roots
14.1a Index notation and finding roots
14.1b Introducing negative indices
14.2a The laws of indices
14.2b Fractional indices & estimating roots
15:Standard form
15.115.2a Standard form notation
15.2b15.3 Significant figures & operations with standard form
16: Further algebra
16.1a Expanding binomial products
16.1b Perfect squares & difference of two squares identity
16.2a Factorising quadratics with leading coefficient of 1
16.2b Factorising quadratics with a leading coefficient that is not 1
16.2c Factorising the difference of two squares
16.3 Factorising by completing squares
16.4 Simplifying algebraic fractions using factors
17: Equations
17.1 Linear equations
17.2a Solving quadratic equations using factors
17.2b Solving quadratic equations by completing the square
17.2c The quadratic formula
17.3a Solving simultaneous equations by substitution
17.3b Solving simultaneous equations by elimination
17.3c Solving problems simultaneously
17.3d Simultaneous quadratics
17.4 Using graphs to solve equations
17.5 Approximation by iteration
18: Functions and sequences
8.1 Sequences & termtoterm rule
18.218.3 Positiontoterm rule and functions
18.4 Special sequences
19: Surds
19.1 Rationales & surds
19.2a Operations with surds
19.2b Rewriting surds
19.2c Binomial surds
19.3 Working with surds
20: Basic probability
20.1 Reviewing probability
20.2a Relative frequency
20.2b Twoway tables & frequency trees
20.3 Using relative frequency
21: 3D objects
21.121.2 Classifying and drawing solids
21.3 Different views
22: Units and measurement
22.1 Metric measurements & time
22.2a Introducing compound measures
22.2b Converting compound measures
22.3a Maps & scale drawings
22.3b Bearings
23: Formulae
23.123.2 Writing formulae & substituting values
23.3 Changing the subject of a formula
23.4 Problems & formulae
23: Formulae
23.123.2 Writing formulae & substituting values
23.3 Changing the subject of a formula
23.4 Problems & formulae
24: Volume and surface area
24.1a Reviewing volume of prisms & cylinders
24.1b Reviewing surface area of prisms & cylinders
24.2a Surface area & volume of cones
24.2b Surface area & volume of spheres
24.3a Volume of pyramids
24.3b Surface area of pyramids
25: Further probability
25.1 Representing combined events
25.2 Theoretical probability of combined events
25.3 Conditional probability
26: Inequalities
26.126.2 Introducing & graphing inequalities
26.3 Solving inequalities
26.4 Solving quadratic inequalities
26.5 Plotting linear inequalities
27: Ratio
27.1 Introducing ratios
27.227.3 Using ratios
28: Proportion
27.1 Introducing ratios
27.227.3 Using ratios
28: Proportion
27.1 Introducing ratios
27.227.3 Using ratios
29: Graphs and linear functions
29.1 Reviewing the Cartesian plane & plotting lines
29.2a Exploring gradient
29.2b Plotting lines using intercepts
29.2c Reading facts from linear equations
29.2d Finding the equation of a line
29.2e Using gradient and intercept to plot lines
29.3 Perpendicular & parallel lines
29.4a Exploring equations for linear relationships
29.4b Applications of linear graphs
30: Interpreting graphs
30.1 Graphs of realworld contexts
30.2a Rates of change
30.2b30.3 Using tangents and the area under a graph
31: Circles
31.131.2a Circle parts & angles on the same arc
31.2b Chords, radii & tangents
31.2c31.3 Further theorems & applications
32: Vector geometry
32.1 Vector notation and representation
32.2 Vector arithmetic
32.3 Using vectors in geometric proofs
33: Transformations in a plane
33.133.4 Transformations on a coordinate grid
34: Construction and loci
34.1 Geometrical instruments & constructions
34.2 Bisecting angles & line segments
34.3 Loci
35:Similarity
35.1 Proofs & similar triangles
35.2 Enlargement & similar figures
35.3a Similar shapes
35.3b Extending the concept of similarity
36: Congruence
36.1 Congruent triangles
36.2 Using congruence in proof
36: Congruence
36.1 Congruent triangles
36.2 Using congruence in proof
37: Pythagoras' Theorem
37.1, 37.4 Understanding Pythagoras’ theorem
37.2, 37.4 Applications of Pythagoras' theorem in 2D
37.337.4 Pythagoras & 3D problems
38: Trigonometry
38.1a The three ratios in trigonometry
38.1b Side lengths using any ratio
38.1c Calculating angles
38.2 Exact values
38.3a Sine rule
38.3b Cosine rule
38.3c The area rule
38.4a Applying trigonometry
38.4b Trigonometry & 3D problems
39: Graphs of other functions and equations
39.1 Lines with only one intercept
39.2a Introducing parabolas
39.2b Vertex & axis of a parabola
39.3a Plotting basic cubic functions
39.3b Exploring reciprocal functions
39.4a Exploring exponentials
39.4b Trigonometric graphs
39.5 Exploring circles with centre (0, 0)
40: growth and decay
40.1a Simple interest
40.1b Compound interest
40.1c Compound interest formula
40.2 Depreciation
41: Transformations of curves
41.1a Translating & reflecting parabolas
41.1b Parabolas & completing the square
41.241.4 Transforming different types of functions
Here's What's Included in the
GCSE Maths Higher Digital Learning
Subscription Pack
1
Edexcel Pearson
All GCSE Higher Digital Learning Courseware

19 Sections including 158 Different Topics

1100+ Tutorial Videos

100s of Interactive Practice Questions

100s Autograded Homeworks & Assessments

Gradebooks & Performance Reports

Studentlecturer 2way Messaging Capability from within each specific assignment
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AQA
All GCSE Higher Digital Learning Courseware

41 Sections including 158 Different Topics

1100+ Tutorial Videos

100s of Interactive Practice Questions

100s Autograded Homeworks & Assessments

Gradebooks & Performance Reports

Studentlecturer 2way Messaging Capability from within each specific assignment
3
OCR
All GCSE Higher Digital Learning Courseware

41 Sections including 158 Different Topics

1100+ Tutorial Videos

100s of Interactive Practice Questions

100s Autograded Homeworks & Assessments

Gradebooks & Performance Reports

Studentlecturer 2way Messaging Capability from within each specific assignment