Primary Mathematics: Teaching Theory and Practice (Achieving QTS Series)

Primary Mathematics: Teaching Theory and Practice (Achieving QTS Series)

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ISBN13: 9781903300565
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This book addresses the pedagogical requirements as set out in the Professional Standards for Qualified Teacher Status and will be an invaluable guide to all trainees working towards achieving QTS. It covers general teaching methodology, including chapters on the National Numeracy Strategy, planning, teaching strategies and assessment, as well as chapters focusing on individual mathematical topics. Also included in each chapter are practical tasks and research summaries to help trainees make the link between teaching theory and classroom practice.

Type Book
Number Of Pages 192
Item Height 14 mm
Item Width 166 mm
Item Weight 380 Gram
Product Dimensions 166 x 14 x 238
Publisher Learning Matters
Format Paperback | 192

A book to include on all reading lists... an accessible introduction and a useful summary of reminders for trainees and mentors alike (Maths in School)

Claire Mooney is Lecturer in Mathematics Education at the University of Southampton. Mary Briggs is Senior Lecturer in Mathematics Education in the Institute of Education at the University of Warwick. Mike Fletcher is Senior Lecturer in Education at Canterbury Christ Church University College. Judith McCullouch is Lecturer in Primary Education and Mathematics at King Alfred's College, Winchester.