Teaching Arithmetic in Primary Schools

Teaching Arithmetic in Primary Schools

by Richard English
     
 

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There is a new and increasing emphasis on the importance of teaching arithmetical skills in primary schools. This text outlines what is meant by arithmetic and enables trainee teachers to build their own confidence in teaching arithmetic. It covers all aspects of arithmetic including recall of number facts and traditional pen and paper methods. Each arithmetical…  See more details below

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There is a new and increasing emphasis on the importance of teaching arithmetical skills in primary schools. This text outlines what is meant by arithmetic and enables trainee teachers to build their own confidence in teaching arithmetic. It covers all aspects of arithmetic including recall of number facts and traditional pen and paper methods. Each arithmetical approach is illustrated with detailed examples and readers can access their own learning in each area. Guidance on when and where to use different approaches to enhance children's learning is included and interactive activities highlight essential links between theory and practice.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780857257253
Publisher:
Learning Matters
Publication date:
05/01/2012
Pages:
160
Product dimensions:
6.73(w) x 9.69(h) x 0.84(d)

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Meet the Author

Richard English is a primary mathematics tutor in the Faculty of Education at the University of Hull. Previously, he taught mathematics in primary and secondary schools in Hull and also worked as a mathematics advisory teacher. In recent years he has worked on a consultancy basis for the National Strategies and was involved in the early development of the mathematics specialist training programme, following the publication of the Williams Review in 2008.

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