This original book shows the crucial importance of personal philosophies of mathematics. Using current research it guides us to reflect on our attitudes and beliefs. Essential reading for anybody interested in mathematics and its teaching.
Given that so often I talk with adults (including those teaching primary maths) and one of the first things they say to me is that they "can’t do maths," or "hated maths in school," the ideas in this book are crucial to providing a positive, effective mathematics experience for our pupils. T
This is an incredibly useful book for anyone teaching primary maths, but especially for someone who is new to teaching maths or who soon will be teaching maths. It might even be a good book to keep on hand in case teaching assignments change unexpectedly!
This book looks at the history of the teaching of mathematics and shows excellent reflection points, throughout for today's teacher of mathematics - these points will stimulate your thoughts and c=contribute to improving your ability to being an effective teacher of mathematics. This will aid experienced teachers as well as students and NQTs
As trainee teachers develop their skills as reflective practitioners, that reflective ability is used by this book to channel and direct mathematical understanding, strategies for teaching and learning. The author encourages you to reflect deeply to review the many challenges that children face and how trainee teachers can develop effective teaching and learning skills.
This contains very strong practical advice on teaching and learning .
This book helps readers to become better, more confident teachers of mathematics by enabling them to reflect critically on what they know and what they do in the classroom.
A useful book for teacher educators, trainees and qualified teachers to aid reflection on their mathematical experiences and attitudes and the impact these have on teaching and learning. Includes practical guidelines for changing mind-set and improving practice as a mathematics teacher.
A really useful book for my Early Years students as it looks at the history of maths education, our attitudes towards maths and mathematical engagement, with reflection points and case studies.
This book has a lot of ideas to encourage trainee teachers to think about why they teach maths in a certain way in order to adapt and progress in their thinking.
A useful and informative book for trainee teachers. Each chapter focuses on on a different area of maths.
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