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How the Brain Learns Mathematics (2nd ed)

How the Brain Learns Maths 2 ed

In this recently published second edition, new brain-friendly practical strategies are included in a unique four-step teaching model, making this a most useful addition to your professional library.

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Questions and Prompts for Mathematical Thinking

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Anne Watson, John Mason

At the heart of this book is a collection of examples of cogent and challenging questions designed to tease out structures and concepts at the heart of mathematics.

But this resource is so much more than a collection of good questions across a broad selection of topics. The authors have set these examples within a framework for generating a wide variety of questions and prompts, and provided ideas about how these might be used not only for helping students to learn, think and communicate mathematics but also to help teachers to structure their teaching and to find out more about their students’ understandings.

A simple and powerful resource that is sure to inspire you and provide practical ideas which you will want to use in the classroom.

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ISBN-10: 1-898611-05-X
ISBN-13: 978-1-898611-05-9
Year Levels: 7 - 12
Publisher: Association of Teachers of Mathematics (UK)
Page Count: 42
Cover type: Soft cover
Publication date: 1998
Product number: ATM004
Keywords: Instructional method, Professional learning/teacher education

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