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We recently held a successful series of "Get Ready to Teach Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics" roadshows in the UAE, Jordan, and Egypt, to help teachers and exam coordinators feel confident about delivering the revised Cambridge IGCSE Mathematics syllabus (0508).
More than 150 teachers took part in the roadshows to learn about the syllabus changes and how to incorporate them into their teaching. The events also showcased a range of Cambridge resources to support maths teaching, including textbooks, teacher guides, and online tools such as Cambridge Online Mathematics. These resources can help teachers to plan and deliver effective lessons and construct lesson plans to help learners with challenging concepts.
Karen Morrison, co-author of ‘Cambridge IGCSE Core and Extended Mathematics’ (Cambridge University Press), and Sarah Gott, Assessment Manager for Mathematics at Cambridge International, gave keynote presentations.
The roadshows also offered an opportunity for schools to understand how the different parts of Cambridge University Press & Assessment – such as Cambridge International and Cambridge University Press Education – are working together to support teachers and enable learners to achieve better outcomes.
To find out about the changes to Cambridge Upper Secondary Mathematics syllabuses for first assessment in 2025, go to our mathematics pages.