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Our case study reports describe what we’ve learned from the use of the Cambridge Mathematics (CM) Framework in real curriculum and resource development projects. Piloting key uses of the CM Framework helps us to design new tools and anticipate what forms of support we can provide for people to use the CM Framework effectively.
These case studies were exploratory and focused on educational design. They form the basis of our current and planned research involving uses of CM Framework content and features in more targeted teaching and design scenarios.
If you would be interested in participating in this research, and currently work as a mathematics teacher, please contact us for more information.
11 February 2021
This summary report describes a collaborative mapping project between HOTmaths and Cambridge Mathematics.
23 April 2020
This report describes how our design tools were used by a researcher with Arm to draft a framework in a different field: computational thinking.
09 April 2020
This report describes a pilot project in which formative assessment tasks were mapped to the Cambridge Mathematics Framework.
This report describes how our contributions to curriculum design in the Learning Passport project helped us to develop new tools, features and processes for users of the Cambridge Mathematics Framework.
This report describes how the Cambridge Mathematics Framework was used to write a textbook chapter, and how this process helped us to identify key actions and design features which support authoring classroom resources like textbooks.
16 October 2019
This short paper provides the background and context for reports in our Case Study series.