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Integral update

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Just like that, we’re already flying towards the Christmas holidays!

It has been a busy six months for the Integral team, with several new features launching and many more on the horizon.

By the end of this term we’ll have added videos for all topics of A level Mathematics. This has been an incredibly worthwhile project. We hope you’ll have been able to use the videos as part of a flipped learning environment, and that your students have found them helpful to learn and revise from.

In September, we added interactive books for all the AS Mathematics topics – these are thoughtfully put together with reminders, examples and various activities and can help to both introduce and revise a topic. Each book has a graphic at the end showing where that topic fits into the big picture of A level Mathematics, including what previous learning went into the topic as well as what doors the topic opens next. These interactive books are designed to function beautifully on mobiles and tablets as well as computers, so students can access them wherever, whenever.

September also saw us launch a dedicated Help Centre site and a public-facing Roadmap of updates and features. We hope that the Help Centre will serve as a go-to for the questions we’re asked most often. The articles have been written to guide you through what you need, and link to other relevant articles you might find useful. The Roadmap keeps you informed of what we’re developing now and what we’re planning to do in future. It’s also a place you can add ideas of your own for us to consider.

We’ve also added links to relevant Integral sections for every English specification of A level Mathematics (OCR, MEI, Edexcel, AQA). We recognise that the order of topics on Integral is not necessarily the order of a school’s/college’s scheme of work, so the ability to copy these links into your scheme of work will hopefully save you time finding them. You can find the spreadsheet of links in the Introduction sections of AS Mathematics Pure for each specification.

Our Ritangle competition is now in full flow, with over 900 teams from across the globe working together to answer some tricky questions and crack the code.

Finally, we are thrilled to have been named finalists for the BETT Awards 2022 in the Secondary – Digital Learning Product category. We have all our fingers and toes crossed for January’s awards ceremony! We wish you all the best for the holiday period. Please get in touch if you need anything!

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