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Cambridge Mathematics is a design project informed by research. In these two sections you can read about the research which supports our work, and articles about other relevant issues.
The design of the Framework is influenced by our assumptions, theories, and methods. In this section we record our decisions, both for ourselves and so that others can understand our journey. Here you will find fully referenced articles describing different aspects of the design, and a linked summary of each article.
Our case study reports describe what we’ve learned from observing and supporting the use of the Framework in real curriculum and resource development projects.
In our research, we sometimes encounter issues which are relevant to the impact of the Framework but not directly relevant to the design. We write about them here.
View and download the posters we have presented at conferences.
In this section you will find a list of key terms that are frequently used on our website and in our documentation, their definitions and references to the sources that have informed them. Some of these terms are specific to the Cambridge Mathematics Framework.