Gamma Mathematics Interactive Teaching Resource Pack (CD + Annual Licence): NCEA Level 1 : 9781442540118

Gamma Mathematics Interactive Teaching Resource Pack (CD + Annual Licence): NCEA Level 1

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Pearson New Zealand
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This pack contains 1 copy of The Gamma Mathematics Interactive Teaching Resource CD and 1 printed Annual Licence.

A completely customisable way to teach Level 1 Mathematics.

The Interactive Teaching Resource CD contains two versions of the Gamma Mathematics and Gamma Fundamentals textbooks and workbooks in eText format. The first is suitable for viewing in the classroom, using a data projector or interactive whiteboard.

The eText contains links to:

  • Exercise answers
  • Pages of the Gamma Mathematics and Gamma Fundamentals Workbook
  • Excel spreadsheets referred to in the text (some produced especially for this resource)
  • Flash animations
  • Useful websites
  • CAS calculator instructions.

The second version of the Gamma Mathematics and Gamma Fundamentals texts/workbooks combination is for teacher viewing, and has additional links to hundreds of author comments on the material covered, as well as worked solutions to harder questions and blackline masters where appropriate. 

All the PDF files in this Interactive Teaching Resource have been user-enabled, so a Maths Department can add its own notes, comments, and hyperlinks to other resources as required.

Time Limit

The Barton Interactive Teaching Resources are available for purchase as an annual subscription. The licence is valid for 12 months from the date of purchase and will be automatically renewed each year unless cancelled.

Author biography
David Barton needs no introduction to a generation of New Zealand mathematics students and teachers. He has written a full six-book, award-winning series for secondary-school mathematics, and his material has also been published in Australia, South Africa, Fiji and Abu Dhabi. David Barton was educated at Wellington College and has taught at Wellington College and Rangitoto College in Auckland.
Supplement URL

Find out more about Barton Mathematics.

Visit David Barton's website for additional links for each text, spreadsheets, statistics resources and more.

Sample Pages

The following files are provided to show of the layout of the IWB pages.  NB: these sample files are not 'user-enabled'.

View selected sample pages: