I know where each student is at, with a lot more detail and specific knowledge of the student’s skills and abilities than I had before. I know where students are at and what they should be doing. Therefore, my interactions with the students are much more personal and targeted.
Louise MansfieldSt Peter’s College Cranbourne
Maths Pathway highlights the difference between “just in case” and “just in time” teaching. Just in case teaching means I’m going to explain this problem to you whether you’re ready or not. Now I have kids coming up to me when they’re ready.