Published August 16, 2012
Textbook - 232 Pages
ISBN 9780415527712 - CAT# Y136242
Published August 17, 2012
Textbook - 240 Pages
ISBN 9780415527705 - CAT# Y136241
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Combining research-based theory with fresh, practical guidance for the classroom, The Essential Guide to Secondary Mathematics is a stimulating new resource for all student and practising teachers looking for new ideas and inspiration. With an emphasis on exciting your mathematical and pedagogical passions, it focuses on the dynamics of the classroom and the process of designing and using rich mathematical tasks.
Written by a highly experienced mathematics teacher who understands the realities of the secondary classroom, this book combines insights from the latest research into mathematical learning with useful strategies and ideas for engaging teaching. The text is punctuated by frequent tasks, some mathematical and others more reflective, which are designed to encourage independent thinking. Key topics covered include:
The Essential Guide to Secondary Mathematics will be a valuable resource both for beginning teachers interested in developing their understanding, and for experienced teachers looking to re-evaluate their practice. Aiming to develop all aspects of your mathematics teaching, this book will help you to devise, adapt and implement ideas for successful and enjoyable teaching and learning.
Acknowledgements Introduction 1. The Mathematics Teacher 2. Developing as a Mathematics Teacher Section A Preparing to Teach Mathematics 3. Preparing Yourself 4. Learning and Teaching Mathematics 5. Ideas for Lessons 6. Tasks, Timings and Resources 7. Equality and Difference 8. Starters, Fillers and Finishers Section B Teaching Mathematics 9. A Mathematical Classroom Community 10. Listening and Intervening 11. Groups and Individuals 12. Extending and Finishing 13. Independent Thinking 14. Assessment 15. Constraints References Index
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