Get up and running with your Cambridge IGCSE® Complete Mathematics Core or Extended course. The information below will help you get the most out of your Kerboodle subscription.
Creating teaching groups
Please note: Correct year group and class setup is critical to receiving your Data and Insights.
Now your class is in a teaching group you can assign Resources and Assessment tasks to your students.
Tip for evaluation: Get your students involved by exploring a unit together, have them complete a My self-study quiz or Formative test (and the associated Level Ups) and get their feedback.
Your students can also explore the Digital Course Book, complete quizzes and take Next Steps on their own.
Once your students have completed some tasks look at Reports to review their understanding and progress. Find out more about Reports here and see Next Steps & Reporting below for more information.
View your Digital Book via your course homepage.
Your course includes an optimised Digital Book that offers a high-quality page image with an excellent user experience on smaller screens. Check out the optimised Digital Book tools available here.
My self-study quizzes are auto-marked interactive quizzes that show you how students are progressing and trigger two types of automated next steps. Find out more about self-study tasks.
Resources can be completed independently by students or assigned by teachers.
Next Steps & Reporting
Giving you further insights, your task reports will include additional information including Developing, Secure, Extending (DSE) statuses and Level Up information.
Book a support call
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Need more general hints and tips on using Kerboodle? Check out our dedicated teacher support section.
We have dedicated student support on how to use Kerboodle, which you can share with your class.
Watch the Creating a personalised learning journey with Kerboodle webinar
Watch the webinar with educator and author Ian Bettison on how the IGCSE Maths Kerboodle courses can enhance student learning and engagement.