Teaching Mathematics: Foundations to Middle Years is one of the best university textbooks when it comes to connecting readers to the bigger picture of mathematics.
This comprehensive math textbook is designed to help pre-service teachers gradually build mathematical knowledge and become confident about teaching the subject to a range of age groups, in diverse learning environments.
Spanning Foundations to 9 mathematics curriculums, the textbook’s unique structure explores the different stages of how children learn maths and how to teach maths, before drilling down to the specific strands and skills by age group.
Updated to draw on the revised Australian Curriculum, this second edition math textbook makes an ideal university textbook for pre-service teachers.
It features rich with student work examples, practical activities and a wealth of teaching and learning tools, to ensure pre-service teachers feel positive about mathematics and their role in teaching it.
New to this Edition:
Additional and updated practical activities for pre-service teachers to take straight into the classroom.
More student work examples are mentioned throughout the book, to help link theory to practice, along with more references to the Australian Curriculum ‘Teaching Challenges’ exploring examples of students’ miscomprehension, likely difficulties, error identification and analysis in student work‘.
Consider and Discuss Your Maths’ and ‘Consider and Discuss Your Teaching’ questions are included, along with tasks differentiate between learning mathematical content and learning to teach maths in the classroom.
All chapters within this second edition mathematics textbook have been revised to cater to university student learning criteria.
In turn, this latest edition math textbook has been updated to draw on contemporary mathematics education research and current theories on the teaching and learning of mathematics, with reference to the current revised Australian Curriculum.
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Publication Date||6 Nov 2015|