About Cambridge HOTmaths
Cambridge HOTmaths is a comprehensive mathematics learning system an interactive online maths learning, teaching and assessment resource for students and teachers, for individuals or whole classes, for school and at home.
A suite of flexible resources (printable and online) are provided for all types of classrooms ranging from those with no technology to full laptop access, and includes projectable material in all lessons for interactive and non-interactive whiteboards.
Developed by a dedicated group of educators, technicians and designers, Cambridge HOTmaths is a high quality maths resource for students and teachers.
In September 2009 Cambridge and HOTmaths combined forces to offer cutting-edge technology and best practice to support mathematics teaching and learning in Australian and New Zealand schools.
Cambridge University Press has been publishing high-quality curriculum-based materials for school students for over 150 years. It publishes across a range of subject areas including Mathematics, Business and Commerce, Information Technology, History and English.
Cambridge HOTmaths is committed to the future of education in the region, and will continue to develop exceptional resources that reflect specific syllabus requirements and broader curriculum developments and incorporate educational change and technological innovation.
To learn more about Cambridge University Press visit www.cambridge.edu.au/education
About the writers
Sharon LondonSharon joined HOTmaths in 2004, seeing it as a potential agent of change in mathematics teaching and learning. She has vast experience teaching in government and private schools in Australia (including being an inaugural staff member of Bradfield College) and in an international technology college in Brunei. Sharon lectured in teacher education programs, presented to teacher audiences, and has been active in mathematics professional associations for many years. Currently Sharon is involved in doctoral research on technology in mathematics teaching and learning at Macquarie University.
Janine AngoveJanine taught in NSW government secondary schools for 20 years. As a Mathematics Consultant for the NSW Department of Education and Training, she spent four years delivering professional development in both primary and secondary schools. For 3 years Janine wrote workbooks and online learning material for distance education students and she currently manages the content development for HOTmaths as well as writing much of the material.
Rachel NeelyRachel holds a BA Dip ED from Macquarie University and a Graduate diploma of Computers in Education. She has taught in Primary Schools in NSW for more than 20 years and has extensive experience in the area of gifted education. Rachel regularly provides professional development to teachers on the use of technology in the classroom and implementation of the Australian Curriculum.
Did you know you can combine Cambridge HOTmaths and Cambridge books?