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ICE-EM Mathematics Year 5 Third Edition (Print And Interactive Textbook Powered By Cambridge HOTMaths)


Published: 13/07/2017

Designed to foster understanding and mastery of mathematics in every student

ICE-EM Mathematics Third Edition is designed to develop a strong foundation in mathematics for every student in Years 5 to 10/10A, and now offers a new level of digital support for teaching, learning, assessment and reporting.

Developed by the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute (AMSI), ICE-EM Mathematics helps students of all abilities to understand and master mathematics beyond the curriculum while building strong foundation skills.

ICE-EM Mathematics Third Edition supports the transition from primary to secondary mathematics. Beginning at Year 5, the careful and considered development of topics ensures that students using ICE-EM Mathematics at upper primary level are given the ideal preparation for succeeding in mathematics at secondary school.

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Colin Becker

Colin Becker works as a Mathematics and ITL T specialist at an independent boys’ school in Adelaide. Colin has written for professional publications, presented at conferences and schools, and is actively involved in mathematics education.

Howard Cole

Howard Cole was Senior Mathematics Master at Sydney Grammar School Edgecliff Preparatory for many years. He outlined the whole primary curriculum during that time, as well as writing and producing in-school workbooks for Years 5 and 6. Now retired from teaching, he still maintains a keen interest in mathematics and curriculum development.

Andy Edwards

Andy Edwards taught in secondary mathematics classrooms for 31 years in Victoria, Canada and Queensland. Since 2004, he has worked for the Queensland Curriculum and Assessment Authority writing materials for their assessment programs from Years 3 to 12 and as a test item developer for W A’s OLNA program since 2013. He has written non-routine problems for the Australian Mathematics Trust since 1991.

Garth Gaudry

Garth Gaudry was Head of Mathematics at Flinders University before moving to UNSW, where he became Head of School. He was the inaugural Director of AMSI before he became the Director of AMSI’s International Centre of Excellence for Education in Mathematics. Previous positions include membership of the South Australian Mathematics Subject Committee and the Eltis Committee appointed by the NSW Government to enquire into Outcomes and Profiles. He was a life member of the Australian Mathematical Society and Emeritus Professor of Mathematics, UNSW.

Janine McIntosh

Janine McIntosh manages AMSI Schools at the Australian Mathematical Sciences Institute. Janine leads a professional development and schools-visit program for teachers across the country. Through clusters of schools supported by industry and government partners, Janine’s aim is to encourage more Australians to enjoy and study mathematics.

Janine has developed a suite of online and careers materials in her time at AMSI and was one of the writers for the Australian Curriculum: Mathematics F – 10. She is an experienced primary teacher, who has worked as a lecturer in mathematics education at the University of Melbourne and serves on the Maths Challenge and AMOC Committees of the Australian Mathematics Trust.

Jacqui Ramagge

Jacqui Ramagge is currently Head of the School of Mathematics and Statistics at the University in Sydney . After graduating in 1993 with a PhD in Mathematics from the University of Warwick (UK) she worked at the University of Newcastle (Australia) until 2007 and then at the University of Wollongong until 2015 when she moved to the University of Sydney. She has served on the Australian Research Council College of Experts, including as Chair of Australian Laureate Fellowships Selection Advisory Committee. She teaches mathematics at all levels from primary school to PhD courses and has won a teaching award. She contributed to the Vermont Mathematics Initiative (USA) and is a founding member of the Australian Mathematics T rust Primary Problems Committee. In 2013 she received a BH Neumann Award from the Australian Mathematics Trust for her significant contribution to the enrichment of mathematics learning in Australia.

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