Assessment
iMaths provides all the tools you need to easily assess your students' knowledge and proficiency.
Assess the content strands

The iMaths Tracker Book provides structured assessment for each maths Topic. Assessment items are divided into two parts: Know and Apply. Know questions assess students’ basic knowledge of the concept, while Apply questions assess their application of knowledge in a variety of contexts.

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Assess the content strands
Assess the proficiency strands
Assess the proficiency strands

The rubrics describe the processes students use as they work through each Investigation. They allow easy assessment of student proficiency, giving students and parents a clear understanding of what is required at each achievement standard, from A to E.

For more information, read our Rubrics article or Problem Solving Strategies document.

Use Differentiation worksheets for tests

iMaths Differentiation tasks, found at iMaths Online, can be used as end of term tests or for testing throughout the year. Include them in your student assessment portfolios to get a more complete picture of a student’s achievement in the content strands of your curriculum. Watch our tutorial for more information.

Differentiation
Answers for everything
Answers for everything

The iMaths Teacher Books include answers to all Tracker Book assessment items, Student Book activities, Investigations, Problem Solving Tasks, Challenges and Mental Computation activities. Look for answers to our Differentiation tasks at iMaths Online.

Make the most of iMaths assessment tools

For more details on how to use the iMaths assessment tools, watch our tutorial.

Assessment