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Visible Learning for Mathematics: What Works Best to Optimize Student Learning

Visible Learning for Mathematics

Effective teaching is the goal of every teacher of mathematics. How do you know that your teaching is effective? What strategies should you choose? What tasks?

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Teaching Number

Advancing children's skills and strategies (2nd ed.)

Teaching Number
Robert J. Wright, James Martland, Ann K. Stafford, Garry Stanger

This book provides a comprehensive guide to teaching early number in a way which is informed by assessment and uses approaches which accord with children’s mathematical thinking.

It is not designed to “dip into” for an interesting activity (though there are plenty of these). Rather, it gives a systematic presentation of teaching approaches which are focussed on taking children from where they are to the next stage of their number skill development. The detailed descriptions of specific instructional settings, teaching procedures and learning activities are organised in terms of the authors’ Learning Framework in Number and relate closely to the outcomes of the assessment procedures set out in the related book  Early Numeracy: Assessment for Teaching and Intervention .

Includes CD-ROM with photographs and printable activities and resources.

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ISBN-10: 1-4129-2185-6
ISBN-13: 978-1-4129-2185-5
Year Levels: pre F - 3
Publisher: Paul Chapman Publishing (UK)
Page Count: 244
Cover type: Soft cover
Publication date: 2006
Product number: ECA008
Keywords: CD-ROM, Early childhood, Number, Professional learning/Teacher education

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