Key Concepts in Teaching Primary Mathematics

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Overview

Covering the key principles and concepts in the teaching and learning of mathematics in elementary schools, this text provides trainee and practicing teachers with a quick and easy reference to what they need to know for their course, and in the classroom. The entries are arranged alphabetically, and each contains a brief definition, followed by an explanation and discussion, practical examples, and annotated suggestions for further reading.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781412934107
  • Publisher: SAGE Publications
  • Publication date: 10/17/2007
  • Series: SAGE Key Concepts Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Pages: 200
  • Product dimensions: 5.83 (w) x 8.27 (h) x 0.42 (d)

Meet the Author

Derek Haylock is an education consultant and writer in the field of mathematics education. He is a Senior Fellow in Education at the University of East Anglia, Norwich, where he worked for over 30 years in primary teacher training and in education research. He is a major author in education, with a large number of published books and chapters in books. His best-selling Mathematics Explained for Primary Teachers (Sage) has been the leader in the field for many years, with a fourth edition published in 2010. Derek’s work is characterized by a commitment to explain mathematics in simple and accessible ways and to enable the subject to be taught and learnt with understanding and confidence. He is married, with two grown-up daughters and three grandsons. Outside of mathematics, he is a Free Church elder, plays the trumpet, and is passionate about classical music, cricket, walking (quickly) and cycling (slowly).

Derek Haylock has a website at: http://derek-haylock.blogspot.com/

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Table of Contents

Introduction
Aims of mathematics teaching
Algorithm
Anxiety about mathematics
Assessment for learning
Assessment for teaching
Cognitive conflict
Concept learning
Conservation of quantity
Constructivism
Creativity in mathematics
Cross-cultural mathematics
Cross-curricular mathematics
Deductive and inductive reasoning
Differentiation
Equivalence
Errors
Explanation
Gender and mathematics
Generalization
Giftedness in mathematics
Home as a context for numeracy
Informal calculation method
Investigation (enquiry)
Language difficulties in mathematics
Low attainment
Making connections
Match and mismatch
Meaningful context
Meaningful learning
Mental calculation
Modelling process (representing)
Numeracy
Play as a context for learning mathematics
Principle learning
Problem solving
Purposeful activity
Questioning
Rote learning
Skill learning
Talk
Transformation
Transitivity
Using and applying mathematics
References

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